|09 Nov 2009||#12|
Having identified the problem I searched on "Windows couldn't automatically bind the IP protocol stack to the network adapter" & found a Microsoft forum with this problem. I tried these instructions. Still did not work - I thought it might not because of the reference to Vista, and I have a Vista, now Win 7, laptop working fine on the network.
Having spent several hours to no effect I gave up & reinstalled Win 7 with the G510 card already installed. Initial install picked the card up but did not support it. However, I then installed the Dlink Win7 update & all is now working fine.
But, seeing growing numbers reporting this problem on various network adapters, it seems like there may be a Win7 issue here.
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|30 Mar 2010||#20|
Unsure if this is still a topic of issue, but I find it safe to say that D-Link seems to have done their homework. Specific W7 drivers (x86 aswell as x64) are now available, at least for Rev. C.
File name Size
total files 18 total size 2,683,445
I hope these will work better than messing with 'em old Vista drivers.
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