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post #11 of 36 (permalink) Old 05-25-2020, 02:31 PM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by bastian View Post
Maybe you can update with the firmware ASUS provided on their site?

Since it is the same LAN, it may not matter who its from?
https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/RO...Desk_Download/
I noticed that, tried installing but I get an error unfortunately. It seems to work but said "no devices to inventory" and "no devices to update". Then it looks like it doesn't actually install anything. its not seeing the controller i guess.

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Hopefully Gigabyte provides an update. Although, I am not sure if that is the fix, but seeing as the firmware was available right at launch it makes you wonder.

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wcftech is probably the only source online currently showing b2/v2 still has the bugs.
and b3/v3 is coming soon from intel...
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Can anyone tell me where to find the firmware update tool? I don't see it on the asus site or in the links anyone has posted. I have an ASUS z490-G that I'm trying to get up to date.
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Guys, I will provide a temporary fix in the meanwhile.

1) Uninstall any software or drivers relating to the Intel i225-V network adapter.

2) After this, device manager should show an ethernet adapter with an exclamation mark.

3) Use Wi-Fi or a Hotspot and run windows update. It will download a 1.0.1.3 driver. Remember the 1.0.1.4 driver is the problem causing this disconnection issue after every reboot. Doesn't matter for which brand of board it is. You will get disconnected after every reboot.

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i noticed Asus did in fact offer a new driver and firmware update too just a few days back but i havent bothered to flash to it yet as i have ZERO issues. I wonder what the firmware update "fixes"?

I had issues with the network vanishing when i reboot and the asus firmware update fixed it.

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I couldn't even get the controller to show up in device manager at all. I ended up fixing the problem though, it needed a hard cmos reset. Clearing with the jumper was not enough, I had to remove the battery. After that the bios showed a valid lan address and the controller started working.
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Link: https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard...-dl-driver-lan

Instructions:

1. Download Intel LAN Firmware Update Tool https://download.gigabyte.com/FileLi...mware_tool.zip

Extract /i225/ contents to a USB:

Reboot computer.
Hit F12.
Select your USB, it should run the UEFI.

Where it says Shell > type in your USB device, in my case I typed FS0:

If you placed the /i225/ contents to the root of the USB then all you need to do is type '225.nsh' and it should update.

Ctrl + Alt + Del rebooted me to desktop.

2. Downloaded Intel i225 LAN driver 1.0.1.4 from Gigabyte https://download.gigabyte.com/FileLi...25_1.0.1.4.zip

Extract the .EXE file and right click run as administrator and it should come up as 1.0.1.4.

I tested rebooting multiple times as well as putting the computer to sleep and resume. Previous firmware symptoms were intermittent disconnected on boot and disconnected after sleep. Now its working fine. Prior to this I was using 1.0.0.9 with no issues but was having issues with 1.0.1.4 when I first got the board. I'm not sure if this firmware is to address the specific issue since it says is "Link Stability Improvements" so YMMV its working at least for me on my Z490i Aorus Ultra.

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I had the same issue with my Gigabyte Aorus Z490 Ultra for the first few days with the Nic stopping on restarts. This has stopped now but maybe because I let it load the default driver..For the last few days I have had no issues.

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Quote: Originally Posted by UZ7 View Post
Link: https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard...-dl-driver-lan

Instructions:

1. Download Intel LAN Firmware Update Tool https://download.gigabyte.com/FileLi...mware_tool.zip

Extract /i225/ contents to a USB:

Reboot computer.
Hit F12.
Select your USB, it should run the UEFI.

Where it says Shell > type in your USB device, in my case I typed FS0:

If you placed the /i225/ contents to the root of the USB then all you need to do is type '225.nsh' and it should update.

Ctrl + Alt + Del rebooted me to desktop.

2. Downloaded Intel i225 LAN driver 1.0.1.4 from Gigabyte https://download.gigabyte.com/FileLi...25_1.0.1.4.zip

Extract the .EXE file and right click run as administrator and it should come up as 1.0.1.4.

I tested rebooting multiple times as well as putting the computer to sleep and resume. Previous firmware symptoms were intermittent disconnected on boot and disconnected after sleep. Now its working fine. Prior to this I was using 1.0.0.9 with no issues but was having issues with 1.0.1.4 when I first got the board. I'm not sure if this firmware is to address the specific issue since it says is "Link Stability Improvements" so YMMV its working at least for me on my Z490i Aorus Ultra.

***With any firmware or bios flashing, do this at your own risk***

will this work for Asus boards as well?

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