LAN ethernet drivers uinstall automatically on restart

#1
Hello everyone,I am new here
I have purchased a new pc yesterday only and put windows 7 ultimate 64 bit
the problem i am facing is that every time i restart my pc the LAN (Ethernet) drivers install and it shows red cross on network icon on system tray and when i see in manage it shows that yellow sign of driver problem and when i click on update it says drivers are up to date, i had installed kaspersky anti virus, earlier i thought the problem was because of that maybe it was blocking it but same problem even after installing kaspersky now i think maybe some other firewall is causing the problem or there is compatibility problem of the drivers with my operating system,please help me.
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please remove 1 of the threads sorry double post
 


kemical

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#2
Do you know the name of the chipset your using?

If it's Realtek (usually the most common) try downloading here:

Realtek
 


#3
it is intel (r)82578dc gigabit network connection it is there on my intel DH55TC mother board
when i first start my pc it does not work and when i restart then the network connection works
 


kemical

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#4
Hmm... Try rolling back the driver. If that doesn't work then you can get the latest version for your board here:

Intel
 


#5
i have tried everything
but still when i start my pc first it shows not connected (hardware or driver problem on trouble shoot) and as soon as i restart it works fine then
 


kemical

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#6
Hmm...when you installed 7 was it by upgrade or clean install?
 


#7
it was a clean install its a new pc just 5 days back new hard disc everything new and partitions were made on that day only while installing windows 7 ultimate for the first time
 


kemical

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#8
Hmm.. well personally i would re-install 7... As it's a relatively new install (and new pc) it's worth another go just in case the first install was marred in some way..
 


Saltgrass

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#9
Did you go to the Intel site and download the correct drivers?

I personally like to install he manufacturers chipset drivers if they have some for Win 7 and it looks like the new ones are for 5/18/2010.

You could then install the LAN drivers.

Sometimes the Intel site can be a little confusing, so make sure you get the x64 drivers for your system.
 


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