That and RAID cards. There is one nagging problem with the above referenced ethernet driver RTL I am accumulating more and more drivers, and I put them on DVD occasionally to send out. Not evry one is as responsible as Microsoft and keep providing services many years after the product release. Sign in to vote. I think maybe my manufacturer just doesn’t give enough support for their devices. Rebooting does not help.
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Via is still in business, but I am unsure what is going on there.
I should have mentioned that I have repeatedly uninstalled, and reinstalled Realtek’s drivers. Thursday, November 19, 3: Thursday, November 19, Tuesday, November 17, 2: I have also tried running Windows update to see if it detects a better driver.
Realtek Driver Rtl 8139/810x
I must say that Rtl88139c ran great, but I was hoping to use Windows 7. Monday, November 16, 2: I did not say that VIA is out of business.
I am accumulating more and more drivers, and I put them on DVD occasionally to send out. Proposed dtl8139c answer by Barrister and Solicitor Monday, November 16, 3: Its driver is built in.
Download Realtek RTL/X Family PCI Fast Ethernet NIC
In the past, even unsupported devices would be detected, and would show up in Device Manager as “Unknown Device” until the drivers were installed. Office Office Exchange Server. Tuesday, November 17, 6: Resources for IT Professionals.
I have installed Windows 7 winfows bit to a Sylvania G Netbook, and am overall very pleased. Monday, November 16, 3: Thanks for your help, but I have decided to go back to XP. I think maybe my manufacturer just doesn’t give enough support for their devices.
Microsoft Update Catalog
I really like Windows 7, but wish I had not tried it on this little netbook. Remove From My Forums. Not to be all negative, I have installed Windows 7 on 2 other computers with no problems at all. Windows 7 IT Pro. Most devices work well, and Windows 7 seems to run stable, and reasonably quick.
That and RAID cards. I am beginning to think the chipset drivers are incomplete and therefore don’t properly detect devices on the PCI BUS.
Had to hunt down a couple drivers, but that was all. My wireless stopped working in Windows 7 too.
Rebooting does not help. Vote if answered or helpful, I am running for Office joke! Ethernet drivers are a big part of the intrinsic driver set.