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chemcup
08-05-2015, 05:59 PM
I have ROG Rampage IV Black Edition . I clean installed Windows 10 there is unknown device hardware id root\NetTap6. I installed the newest Intel network drivers but it's still there.
Any solution ?

Nate152
08-05-2015, 07:55 PM
Hello chemcup

This is a known issue with windows 10 and it's related to the lan driver. There is nothing wrong with your pc, just ignore it until Intel or Asus releases a fix for it.

Ashtaroth69
08-21-2015, 09:31 PM
Hello, thought I just found a way out.
I have installed the driver manually pointing to this directory :
C:\ProgramData\Package Cache\D2999FDC-F09B-4F60-9394-3CD81D1D1EB6_x64\Win7
So a new (hidden) peripheral has appeared (Intel(R) Technology Access TAP Driver (NDIS 6.0)).
For information my motherboard is a Asus H97M-E with Realtek network chip, not Intel. And I don't think it has something to do with IME either.
Greetings.

caqo1971
08-22-2015, 02:14 AM
Thanks men, I solved this by that way. Anyway, you have to point the driver path to ProgramData, and it's subfolders and this find the driver in any folder. Good solution.

Ashtaroth69
08-22-2015, 06:48 AM
Yes you are right, there are several nettap60.inf in there. The one in C:\ProgramData\Package Cache\D2999FDC-F09B-4F60-9394-3CD81D1D1EB6_x64\Win10 should be more appropriate. Pointing to ProgramData is a better idea.

CAMS1303
12-07-2015, 11:24 PM
Yes you are right, there are several nettap60.inf in there. The one in C:\ProgramData\Package Cache\D2999FDC-F09B-4F60-9394-3CD81D1D1EB6_x64\Win10 should be more appropriate. Pointing to ProgramData is a better idea.

Cheers but it was this location on mine as D2999FDC-F09B-4F60-9394-3CD81D1D1EB6_x64 wasn't there:
C:\ProgramData\Package Cache\B21BE5BF-D0EE-452F-A5E0-8241A3D02E02_x64\Win10