I guess that chip is toasted as you say. Message 2 of Message 1 of Now when I run the troubleshooter I get a msg. Thanks for your support! Message 8 of If you do not see a device labeled as an ethernet controller in the device manager, and you don’t see either an Intel gigabit ethernet adapter or Broadcom gigabit ethernet adapter listed under the Network adapters device manager category, either the ethernet adapter is disabled in the BIOS or the ethernet chip on the motherboard is toast.
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The Lenovo Update did not found a driver for that network controller, that was the first thing I tried before posting to the forum: Message 9 of I have found old posts but the links no longer work.
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Get them from Lenovo support site. Yes, that should have reset any settings to disable the ethernet controller. I waited for 10 minutes to be sure but it stays on that screen. And what about updating the drivers from Lenovo System Update have you tried? Our commitment pci ven 8086 network controller the environment Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions. Thanks so much for your help.
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Message 5 of All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. Message 7 conrtoller Thanks for your support! Message 3 of It did that and I rebooted still not working. If you do not see a device labeled as an ethernet controller in the device manager, and you don’t see either an Intel gigabit ethernet adapter or Broadcom gigabit ethernet adapter listed under the Network adapters device manager category, either the ethernet adapter is disabled in the BIOS pci ven 8086 network controller the ethernet chip on the motherboard is toast.
I installed the Intel update but nothing. It is the Intel Management Engine Interface device.
Manually install it if the auto install method doesn’t work. This helped me too. I’m using a Windows 7 image.
Seems to be a difficult one, a challenge: My ethernet still isn’t working.