Asus Pcie 2.0 X16 Lan Drivers Download Install Update
Haven't received registration validation E-mail? User Control Panel Log out. Forums Posts Latest Posts. View More Photo Galleries. Essentials Only Full Version. I tried to install the device on my old computer and it worked perfectly. I then tried to choose the same drivers as my old computer chose but then i recieved the message "This device cannot start 10 ".
The problem is that my windows will crash while booting if i set my PCI Express settings to Gen 1 or 2.
Ive changed my graphic card to PCI Express slot 1 and my network adapter to slot 3, but the problem persists. I hope to get some help in this issue, thanks! Please place an X between the parentheses of the model number you are referencing. Dont know, the one that comes with the motherboard.
What Operating system are you running? Be sure to specify Standard, Pro, Ultimate, and 32 or 64bit. Please place an X next to appropriate answer. X What cooling solution is installed? Not all slots are applicable to every board, but this form covers the entire chipset. If yes, are these basic settings such as boot order, raid enabling, XMP, etc.? Ive tried to change PCI express settings to Gen 1 and 2 but then windows will crash while booting. Here's an example of the info that you should look for: Original poster here, I was borrowing a friends account.
Im attaching the codes you requested and some additional pictures in case they may help. Theese are the hardware ids. Try running the Intel update utility to install the drivers for the two "other devices" that are listed, and update the chipset drivers, then see if it will detect the Realtek card properly. Or see if the Intel Driver Update Utility coughs up anything..
I suspect the upgrade from Win7 to Win10 may be at the root of the problem. First, i just want to make sure you guys are aware it is an Edimax card. The reason i tried to install Realtek drivers was because my other computer installed those drivers automatically.
So i tried everything you said, Intel update utility wont detect anything. I installed Intel ME, no change. I removed the driver, no change. I removed the card and cleared CMOS, no change. I formatted the computer and made a clean Windows 10 x64 pro install. Im not sure i highlighted the core of the problem well enough.
The only way to get the device detected was to change the setting to Gen 1, reboot and let the computer freeze, reboot, enter BIOS and change back to Auto. Doing this the device got listed as the pictures attached before. This time the computer freezed while booting until i cleared CMOS. In addition my computer wont boot if i change PCI Express to gen 1 or 2, it usually freezes while loading windows but it has even freezed at EVGA boot screen.
To diagnose further i removed the device, changed the PCI Express slots to Gen 1 which resulted in my computer booting without any problem. In conclusion my computer will boot with Gen 1 settings but not with the card inserted. Just installed the device in the PCI Express 2. Does it show up the same, or not detect, regardless of the slot that you put it in?
Do you have any other sort of PCIe card that you can test with? Just to make sure i hadnt forgotten i tried to set the PCI E settings to Gen 2, no change though, same problem. Regardless slot 2 or 3 the device wont get detected with Auto settings. I have a slight memory that it got detected when i had my graphic card in slot 3 and Wifi card in slot 1, do you think its worth a try changing it back that way?
If its any help my graphic card runs in any PCI-express slot without any problems, but i expect you meant other types of cards. Swapped the graphic card and wifi card. Same problem in these slots. Graphic card recognized in slot 2, no problem. Ideally, you should have the video card in slot 1 or 2, as those are the x16 slots, or x16 and x8 since you have the lane CPU.
With that CPU, slot 3 will only be x4, and the video card wouldn't work well there. If possible, try another video card in slot 2 or 3, and see if they get detected weird. Yes, another video card will get detected. However, windows was not able to install the right driver, but that might be because the video card is old. They do say "Edimax cannot access and provide for support for Microsoft drivers in the Windows 10 operating system" bottom of page , so Win10 should use it's own driver.. Thinking that particular wireless adapter just might not be compatible with your mobo for some reason - sometimes mobo manufacturers need to update the BIOS for device compatibility..
You also might consider getting in touch with Edimax support.. Yep, and the fact that the device works perfectly in my old system which runs the exact same operating system. I will try to get in touch with Edimax as well, thanks for the tip. Ive considered an USB adapter but i really dont feel like compromising when something is supposed to work: Have you tried your GPU in slot 1 and your wifi card in either slots 4 or 6? Ive tried having my GPU in slot 1 and my Wifi card in both slot 2 and 3.
The problem still persists. Sorry, I guess I missed that Apperently this guy had a similar problem, unfortunately his solution does not solve my problem. Any card manufactured to the proper standards should work with the board, but we can only confirm compatibility with parts that have been tested with the boards in the lab. The weirdness with the changing PCI vendor IDs makes me think it may be a card issue, and you should try exchanging the card first.
If you receive a second card with the same issue, then we'd need to look into a BIOS issue on the board. Thank you for the support. I will get back after ive been in contact with Edimax. Personally, I've had decent success with various Wi-fi adaptors, most of them Realtek-based from Asus or Hawking, or Broadcom-based from Buffalo.
The only trouble with the Buffalo adaptors is that they're so teeny that I lose them easily. Funny thing is, it actually works better with the older drivers that Win10 installs by default. I updated to the more recent ones from Asus, and my speeds dropped by 20Mbps. My local pc store has it so ill probably go over and buy it today. I can only confirm that it works in my PC, but I'm not using an X99 board. You may try that card, the only caveat being that it likely uses the same Realtek core that the Edimax card uses.
However, if it does work, then that would confirm that it's the Edimax card that's gone mental, and not an issue with the board. So, 5 weeks later and back from vacation. What do i do? I dont want to use an USB dongle.. From what I can see, and as I expected, the Asus and the Edimax cards are identical. So it's a compatibility issue with the board. As before, I have the same Asus card, and it works fine with Win10, so it's not a driver issue. Drivers wouldn't matter in the BIOS, anyway.
Looking forward to the response. We've passed the info on to the PM Team, and we'll await an update from them. And now, the update. The PM team has looked into it, and it does seem that the card is not compatible with the board. It has been passed on to the engineers, and they're researching a solution to the issue.
I've even offered to loan my wifi card for the time being to help. Xeon Silver better deal than Core I9? Oggex New Member Total Posts: Attached Image s 3. Attached Image s 7. Attached Image s
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