Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) Update Utility for Intel® Ethernet Network Adapter 700 Series



Provides the Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) Update Utility for Intel® Ethernet Network Adapter 700 Series.

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  • OS Independent
  • Size: 252.1 MB
  • SHA1: 103678EDE7823E0998769B91B351CC6C6196F9B8

Detailed Description

Change Notice, April 1, 2020

NVM Update Package 7.1 has been updated. If you currently have the 7.1 update package installed, and you are re-running this update package as a result of this Change Notice: While performing the update, the displayed firmware version (visible in the NVM update process display screen) will remain unchanged. The update is working but the change won’t be visible from the displayed version number.

What was updated

A single NVM image file was updated to address a version display issue.

Product affected

Only one product is affected: Intel® Ethernet Network Adapter XXV710-DA2, Product Code 870823.001, Part Number J65979-003 (or later -xxx)

Other information

If you use the affected product listed above, it is recommended that you update to the new NVM package file. However, if you do not use the affected product, then there is no need to update. All other files remain as is; there is no impact to other products.


This package contains all files required to update the non-volatile memory (NVM) on the Intel® Ethernet Adapters in your system. It contains the NVM update utility, configuration file, updated NVM binaries, and required driver files.

See the readme file for more information, such as limitations and prerequisites, UEFI requirements, and how to use a script.

Files contents

  • 700Series_NVMUpdatePackage_v7_10_Windows.exe
  • 700Series_NVMUpdatePackage_v7_10_Linux.tar.gz
  • 700Series_NVMUpdatePackage_v7_10_FreeBSD.tar.gz
  • 700Series_NVMUpdatePackage_v7_10_ESX.tar.gz

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Product and Performance Information


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