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Join Date Sep Beans So I made a restore point, uninstalled the realtek drivers network adapter and audio and low and behold internet seems to be working fine now. Sorry this didn’t help. Chalk this one up as not a cable or driver issue!!!! This topic has been locked due to inactivity for a long period of time. Thanks for marking this as the answer. Microsoft Windows 10 bit.
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I uninstalled the drivers using the help guide you sent a link to, the same method as I have been using all along. Someone suggested to see if there was a bent pin in the connector and sure enough the middle one was bent!
Try the following to remove the device and the device driver both I know you removed the device rtl168 I don’t think you removed the driver properly: I am not sure how that happened as I have only used wifi.
My flat mate says the best way to do that is to alter the registry, but he doesn’t know how to do that on vista.
January 8th, 7. December 31st, 5. By looking at the replacement of r by r at kernel.
Didn’t find what you were looking for? Additionally when I restart the computer the realtec driver reappears!
You need to setup a wireless internet connection in Network Sharing as well as the normal local network wireless connection and connect to it as well as the local connection. I had to download individual.
I have also tried other methods like taking out the battery and forcing the speed Message 2 of 4. Thank You for Submitting Your Review,! If you don’t do this, you won’t have an internet connection. I hope this helps. December 31st, 4. This thread is locked. Pros i like this The Makefile is trying to switch to that directory. Chalk this one up as not a cable or driver issue!!!! I tried it again deleting the current install and reinstalled and rebooted and had the same problem!!!!
That is when I switched the cable that I have my router on and noticed it went to mbps and things were flying. AVOID, until they fix it.
It has been suggested to me that I should attempt to remove the drivers from the registry but am unsure how to go about doing that for the Realtek driver, could someone please instruct me on this or give me a solution to this problem. Hi, thanks for the response, and so quickly! Join Date Jul Beans ftl8168. Thank goodness for USB flash drives.
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