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krd 2018 - Is Intel I219-V supported?

  • 22 February 2020
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My computer’s on-board network adapter is an Intel I219-V. It works fine in Windows, but when I boot the KRD it does not see it, there is no network adapter available.

As I have KRD on a USB stick, can I download a driver in Windows and put it on the stick, then install it after I boot KRD?

Kaspersky Rescue Disk 18.0.11.0(c) (built at 2019.08.09 18:25:54)


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Hi, @helzayat !

 

Can you provide hardware info please?

I am trying to provide hardware info, but the forum won’t allow me to attach a .tgz file.

I converted it to a .zip file but still I get:

krd2018_hwinfo_032E02B4-0499-054B-6706-880700080009_2020_02_25.11_42_38.zip: Sorry, we couldn't upload your file because we don't support that file type. Supported file types: zip, pdf, xml, txt, csv, doc, docx, xls, xlsx, ppt, pptx, jpg, jpeg, gif, png

I tried to shorten the name but it still wouldn’t accept it.

How do I provide the hardware info?

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@helzayat 

Try to compress by zip original *.tgz file and upload it.

Thanks Andrey, same problem:

krd2018_hwinfo_032E02B4-0499-054B-6706-880700080009_2020_02_25.11_42_38.tgz.zip: Sorry, we couldn't upload your file because we don't support that file type. Supported file types: zip, pdf, xml, txt, csv, doc, docx, xls, xlsx, ppt, pptx, jpg, jpeg, gif, png

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@helzayat 

It seems that there are some problems with this forum... We’ll contact with responsible peoples and provide info about attaches.

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@helzayat 

You can rename .zip file into .txt and upload it (it’s our research)

OK Thanks. Here is the zip file renamed as .txt.

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@helzayat 

KRD has driver for Ethernet Connection (2) I219-V, but it wasn’t loaded…

Try to do following steps:

  1. Load KRD
  2. Open terminal
  3. Enter command 1-3 as on screenshot below

 

Make screenshot (press PrtScr on keyboard) and attach it to this forum. After command [2] internet connection may be established.

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@helzayat

Can you also run following command in terminal

lspci -vv -nn -k -D > /root/lspci.txt

and attach lspci.txt here, please.

I followed the suggestions in the two previous messages. Unfortunately, the module was not inserted - “Unknown symbol”.

I attach the screenshot and the lspci result.

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@helzayat 

Sorry, it’s my fault. Please, instead of

insmod e1000e.ko

try execute this:

modprobe e1000e

Thank you for provided files!

I tried modprobe. Screenshot attached. Seems module was loaded but ethernet didn’t start.

Is there a way to make the module load on boot so I can see if rebooting starts it?

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@helzayat 

It seems that linux driver from KRD doesn’t know how to work with this device. I’ve downloaded fresh sources from Intel, but it’s need some time to compile them for KRD.

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