The server is a DL G5. A resolution may be available in a future release. Any other ideas about the cause of my issues? Will there be a solution for this missery? I’m not quite sure what to do short of installing a new independent NIC. Not an IT pro? There are no such drivers available from HP yet.
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Wouldn’t it be possible to uninstall the current driver somehow? A resolution may be available in a future release. We will not be the last who run into strange issues due to this buggy network implementation by Broadcom. Now comes the real surprise. Any ideas would be appre3ciated.
I am running version 4. There are no such drivers available from HP yet. Wednesday, September 01, 2: At first all installations went smooth.
The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of Hewlett Packard Enterprise. The server is currently using a Microsoft driver from Tuesday, July 01, 5: Wednesday, November 26, 4: So I did another test: Now I am stuck. Hey, to me this sounds like a windows issue if there’s a software component blocking installation of another one.
Broadcom NetXtreme II 1 Gigabit Driver 220.127.116.11 for Windows 64-bit
Is there anything that Microsoft will do about this? I have a look at the eventlog and notice that ASP.
Broadcom BCMC NetXtreme II GigE driver upgrade – Hewlett Packard Enterprise Community
Sign in to vote. Monday, June 30, 9: It has become necessary for us to upgrade the NIC driver on one of our servers.
As a response to this my account manager at Dell suggested that i drop trunking or go with VMware instead. If the network card is working, why would it be a hardware HP’s problem? Its obvious we are not alone. When will this Broadcom Netxtreme II disaster stop??!?
Good thing I update my servers one at a time for testing. According to Microsoft this is their latest driver. The Dell Drivers are not solving the issue. So, my question is: Can you please provide the version of the driver for the C that you’re using? I did clean installs of Windows Server with no extra drivers or software from HP installed. Friday, June 27, 9: