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    ROG Junior Member Array emt232006 PC Specs
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    MotherboardASUS ROG MAXIMUS X CODE
    ProcessorIntel i7 8700k
    Memory (part number)32GBs of "TEAMGROUP-UD4-3000"
    Graphics Card #1Nvidia Geforce PNY GTX 1060 3gb
    Monitor1080p Toshiba 32" 60-ghz TV (Primary), 4k LG 65" TV (secondary)
    Storage #1Samsung 960 EVO 250 Gb
    Storage #2Samsung 860 EVO 500 Gb
    CPU CoolerCorsiar H150i
    CaseModded Rosewill BackHawk Ultra
    Power SupplyOCZ Fatal1ty 750W.
    Keyboard Generic
    Mouse Generic
    Mouse Pad ROG
    OS UEFI boot Windows 10 Pro x64
    Network Router300 Mbits / Carrier and Model Not yo Business,

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    Exclamation I219-V & Windows Hyper-V Server 2016. Why Asus used a NIC that is not Compatible.

    Stand-Alown Windows HyperV Server 2016 will not Recognize the ethernet card (Intel I219-V NIC) on my Asus ROG Maximus X CODE motherboard.

    I've looked into numerous workarounds any guidance would be greatly appreciated.

    I'm confused why Asus used this ethernet Adapter on an otherwise fully capable motherboard.
    Open your Mind and the rest will fallow.

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    I am having trouble with Maximus VIII, has same NIC chip on mobo, trying to run hypervisor under win10Workstation.

    Hypervisor claims Intel Virtualization is disabled in NIOS, but Intel tool verifies it is enabled.

    Is your only problem win 2016 driver for NIC?

    Win 7 or 10 driver will prbably work under win2016, you can try loading that off your mobo CD

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