When I plug a network cable to the Intel(R) 82579V Gigabit Network Adapter it doesn't light up as it used to do and the wired connection is not detected not only from Windows 7 but also consistently from Ubuntu. Does this mean that the network adapter is faulty?
Is there a way in the BIOS to test / diagnose it?
I have tried replacing the wired network cables but I get the same ... I have to test using a different Wireless device though.
Thanks in advance, Best regards, Giovanni
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In Device Manager - is Network adapters even shown? Under that the listing should be: Intel(R) 82579V Gigabit Network Connection.
If they are missing then the network device is probably bad.
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