lan Intel I225-V/I225-LM Rev 1.x Lan Controllers Firmware Version 1.89

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Can nvmupdatew64e "see" the NIC?

Can you post the content of:

nvmupdatew64e.exe -i -l yourlogname.log
Yes, nvmupdatew64e.exe can still see the NIC:

C:\>nvmupdatew64e.exe -i -l

Intel(R) Ethernet NVM Update Tool
NVMUpdate version 1.39.56.9
Copyright(C) 2013 - 2023 Intel Corporation.

Config file will not be read.
Inventory
[00:100:00:00]: Intel(R) Ethernet Controller (3) I225-V
        Alternate MAC address is not set.
        Flash inventory started.
        Shadow RAM inventory started.
        Shadow RAM inventory finished.
        Flash inventory finished.
[00:100:00:00]: Intel(R) Ethernet Controller (3) I225-V
        Vendor                 : 8086
        Device                 : 15F3
        Subvendor              : 17AA
        Subdevice              : 22D8
        Revision               : 3
        LAN MAC                : <MAC_ADDRESS>
        Alt MAC                : 000000000000
        SAN MAC                : 000000000000
        ETrackId               : 800002FC
        SerialNumber           : <SERIAL_NUMBER>
        NVM Version            : 1.137(1.89)
        PBA                    : G23456-000
        VPD status             : Not set
        VPD size               : 0
        NVM update             : No config file entry
          checksum             : Valid

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Can nvmupdatew64e "see" the NIC?

Can you post the content of:

nvmupdatew64e.exe -i -l yourlogname.log
Yes, nvmupdatew64e.exe can still see the NIC:

C:\>nvmupdatew64e.exe -i -l

Intel(R) Ethernet NVM Update Tool
NVMUpdate version 1.39.56.9
Copyright(C) 2013 - 2023 Intel Corporation.

Config file will not be read.
Inventory
[00:100:00:00]: Intel(R) Ethernet Controller (3) I225-V
        Alternate MAC address is not set.
        Flash inventory started.
        Shadow RAM inventory started.
        Shadow RAM inventory finished.
        Flash inventory finished.
[00:100:00:00]: Intel(R) Ethernet Controller (3) I225-V
        Vendor                 : 8086
        Device                 : 15F3
        Subvendor              : 17AA
        Subdevice              : 22D8
        Revision               : 3
        LAN MAC                : <MAC_ADDRESS>
        Alt MAC                : 000000000000
        SAN MAC                : 000000000000
        ETrackId               : 800002FC
        SerialNumber           : <SERIAL_NUMBER>
        NVM Version            : 1.137(1.89)
        PBA                    : G23456-000
        VPD status             : Not set
        VPD size               : 0
        NVM update             : No config file entry
          checksum             : Valid
Well, what worked for me (my case was a little different):
Create nvmupdate.cfg or .txt, replace Vendor, Device etc. as needed.

Example:

CURRENT FAMILY: 1.0.0
CONFIG VERSION: 1.14.0

BEGIN DEVICE
    DEVICENAME: NNT
    VENDOR:     8086
    DEVICE:     15F3
    SUBVENDOR:  1043
    SUBDEVICE:  87D2
    NVM IMAGE:  .\FXVL_15F3.bin
    IMAGE DOWNGRADE: TRUE
END DEVICE 

Then, nvmupdatew64e.exe -u -l -c nvmupdate.txt

If this doesn't work, you can try to add the -f (force) command. It might still output an error, however the file will be "written", after a reset it should work.

Also, see this link:

advantech-ncg.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/artic...-Adapter-710-Series-

Good luck!
 
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Well, what worked for me (my case was a little different):
Create nvmupdate.cfg or .txt, replace Vendor, Device etc. as needed.

Example:

CURRENT FAMILY: 1.0.0
CONFIG VERSION: 1.14.0

BEGIN DEVICE
    DEVICENAME: NNT
    VENDOR:     8086
    DEVICE:     15F3
    SUBVENDOR:  1043
    SUBDEVICE:  87D2
    NVM IMAGE:  .\FXVL_15F3.bin
    IMAGE DOWNGRADE: TRUE
END DEVICE 

Then, nvmupdatew64e.exe -u -l -c nvmupdate.txt

If this doesn't work, you can try to add the -f (force) command. It might still output an error, however the file will be "written", after a reset it should work.

Good luck!
 
It worked! 😅
I think what I was missing was the "IMAGE DOWNGRADE: TRUE" entry in the config file. Thank you so much! 🙏🏻

For posterity, if you updated your Intel NUC I225 NIC with the ASUS 1.89 NVM image on this thread, and your NIC started misbehaving (mine kept disappearing after a reboot), assuming you created a backup of the previous EEPROM/NVM images with the command:

eeupdatew64e.exe /nic=1 /dump

The following will bring your NIC back to factory:

Create the following nvmupdate.cfg file:

CURRENT FAMILY: 1.0.0
CONFIG VERSION: 1.14.0

BEGIN DEVICE
DEVICENAME: NNT
VENDOR: 8086
DEVICE: 15F3
SUBVENDOR: 17AA
SUBDEVICE: 22D8
NVM IMAGE: .\<MAC_ADDRESS>.bin
IMAGE DOWNGRADE: TRUE
END DEVICE


Execute the following commands:

eeupdatew64e.exe /nic=1 /d .\<MAC_ADDRESS>.eep
nvmupdatew64e.exe -u -l -f -c nvmupdate.cfg

the NVM flash will fail but after you reset the NIC with the command below and power-cycle the NUC the I225 should be reset to factory

eeupdatew64e.exe /nic=1 /adapterreset

Use the following commands to verify everything is OK:

eeupdatew64e.exe /nic=1 /eepromver
eeupdatew64e.exe /nic=1 /adapterinfo
nvmupdatew64e.exe -i -l

 

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Replied by Avirun on topic Intel I225-V/I225-LM Rev 1.x Lan Controllers Firmware Version 1.89

Posted 3 months 4 weeks ago #2182
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