Unfortunately, the ASRock supplied drivers are the same as those from Intel.
Lan driver ver:20.2
Windows 7 ver:20.2.3001.0
Windows 7 64bit ver:20.2.3001.0
Windows 8.1 64bit ver:20.2.3001.0
Windows 10 ver:20.2.4001.0
Windows 10 64bit ver:20.2.4001.0
Thanks for replying.
Have you tried using the drivers supplied by Asrock*? Do you get the same error message as below?
However, Microsoft's "Get Windows 10" compatibility checker still says "Unfortunately, this PC is unable to run Windows 10" reason "There are no supported networking devices".
Yes. I checked the versions and dates of the .sys and all the .dll's in the Driver tab for the adapter in Device Manager. They are the same as that from the Intel Download Center. Nevertheless, I am now running the drivers from AsRock.
All are signed by Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility.
I am hamstrung by being unable to force a re-scan of my system by the Get Windows 10 compatibility checker. It shows the Last run date of 8/6/2015. It is supposed to run again automatically every month. So maybe it will be happy with this version of the driver... but I can't tell until MS has scanned my system again.