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Driver realtek RTL 8139

  1. #51

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    Windows 7 x64 Ultimate/Windows 8.1/Linux

    Quote Originally Posted by prateek3651 View Post
    calico ..please make me more clear what you actually want to know .. .. and Gman .. i will try to .. do what you asked me :P
    No worries

    On the first page of this thread you posted the output from a network diagnostic. When you run the diagnostic it creates some*.etl files in:

    C:\Users\{User name)\AppData\Local\Temp

    Can you can find the most recent of those files and attach it to a post. The easiest thing to do is, run the diagnostic again, read the report and identify the file name, then find that file in the location mentioned above.

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  2. #52

    okay .. i have upload the files you required .. please se to it .. and i am very much thnx for you guys for helping me ..
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  3. #53

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    Thanks for the files. I'm not totally convinced Windows is seeing your network card correctly. can you do a search of the registry for me and look for the following GUIDS


    If you find one or both, can you export the key and attach it/them here please.
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  4. #54

    sorry to say .. i didn't understand what you want .. and how to search those registries .. please tell me so .. i can send you those things which you asked.....
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  5. #55

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    No worries.

    1. use winkey + R
    2. Type regedit
    3. Select the Edit menu the select find
    4. In the Find dialogue paste one of the entries from my post
    5. Keep pressing Find next or F3 until you find the entry or reach the end of the registry
    6. Repeat for the other entry.

    If you find the entry, select the parent folder the right click and select export. Attach the reg files here.
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  6. #56

    i haven't found nothing in there ... it's say search complete ...but no entry .. may .. may the values are not set ..
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  7. #57

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    Curious! Ok, last idea for now.

    1. Open Regedit
    2. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}
    3. Look through the subkeys - labelled 0001, 0002, 0003 etc., until you find the subkey for the Realtek driver.
    4. Delete this subkey
    5. Reboot
    6. Open Device Manager/Network adapters/Realtek...
    7. Right click the adapter and choose Update Driver Software
    8. Select Browse my Computer...
    9. Select Let me pick from a list...
    10. You should see a list of drivers, select the one with the most recent date.
    11. Let it install and reboot if necessary.

    If that fails to work, you can repeat the process but choose a different driver. In this case, if you see a driver in the list called something like - Realtek RTL8168B/8111B Family PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet NIC (NDIS 6.20) - choose that.
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  8. #58

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    Excellent Calico. Just one addition if I may...I just woke up so lol on me too, but..

    That screenshot shows what is generally for the 1000 mbps Realtek lan.

    Prateek should have something like this for the 100 mbps version:

    (It might be hard to see, but folder 10 is the chosen one here - but ya, different on all machines.)

    Click image for larger version
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  9. #59

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    Thanks for the addition GMan, it's a good point.
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  10. #60

    Click image for larger versionClick image for larger version these are the picture i found subkey for realtek in 8000 folder which i deleted .. after it .. followed you procedure .. and it say code 10 .. again the same problem . and the funny thing is that .. the same network adaptor is working well with windows 7 but not with eight
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