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    Windows 10



    My computer has been restarting itself lately. At first it was rare, but they've been increasing in frequency and now it's giving me the blue screen of death.

    Followed the instructions and attached the zip file made by that debugging tool.

    I'm out of my depth, thank you. ^^
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  3. Posts : 2
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter


    I downloaded and installed this driver Download Intel(R) Network Adapter Driver for Windows(R) 10

    Do I need this one as well for LAN? Download Intel(R) Ethernet Adapter Complete Driver Pack

    Also, I updated to the latest bios successfully. Clenching the whole time.

    Last question, on the Asus drivers and tools tab, there are a ton of new drivers (mine are all out of date probably). Should I update all of those too? I don't know if I need both the windows and the Asus LAN drivers.

    ROG STRIX Z370-E GAMING | ROG Strix | Gaming Motherboards|ROG - Republic of Gamers|ROG Global

    I'm having a hard time finding a guide for updating those, so planning to open a ticket, maybe somebody can point me to a preexisting guide or it's simple enough that they can just tell me its ok to go for it.

    For now, thanks for the help. I'd like to buy you a coffee/beer or something if that's cool.
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    Windows 8.1 Enterprise x64

    All you need is a pure LAN driver without unnecessary software
    As for the drivers on the Asus website, OEMs often offer outdated drivers for their equipment, so it is better to use the websites of the manufacturer of the equipment (e.g. graphics card drivers are better downloaded from the manufacturer's website of this card, such as NVIDIA, AMD or Intel)
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