Warning signs may include freeze-ups, graphical problems in the middle of gameplay, such as checkerboard or pinstripe patterns on the screen, and sound errors; mostly consisting of extremely loud noises that can be affected by the volume control, and the console only responds to pressing the power button to turn it off.
These events may happen once or several times until the hardware failure occurs, or not at all.
The error message look like: The system will take some time to check. If it finds any issues in “system” integrity it will automatically fix it.
Note: You will need Administrator Access to Run the above command.
But even after installing the latest driver files also. Go into your bios and make sure the intel lan card is enabled As Wanderer said, restart your computer then press either the F2 or the F10 key to enter the BIOS, you will want to navigate using the cursor keys, look under the Advanced tab or Configuration then look to make sure Onboard Ethernet, or Onboard NIC is not disabled.
within the Cabling and Network Cards forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category.
I am using a HP Desktop PC having Windows 7 Professional operating system. * Reseted the BIOS * Reinstalled the Driver files (Latest , Old, came along with the PC - All) * Made system restore with the old date when the adaptor was working fine. Manufacturer / Model if it is a home-built system give the motherboard model, and if you can the make and model of the NIC card.
If you have tried restoring your Windows Phone 8 using the new Backup / Restore feature, some of you might have seen some ghostly downloads, labels as Downloading Application, in the store section.
The download is stuck forever and asks for your attention.