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Driver realtek RTL 8139


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#21
i did try to upload driver from the mother board cd and matter of fact .. still that thing is not working :(
 

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Just giving ideas, since I know how frustrating it can be to not have things work. Probably not going to help, but I'm trying lol.

Boot to safe mode - first, uninstall the driver using the device manager. Also check the box to delete the driver while doing so.

Then after, install the driver using the device manager method. Once it says it is all good and appears to be the July 2009 driver date in properties, reboot to Safe Mode + Networking.

See if the network works well now. Test I.E., Firefox or Chrome in this Safe Mode + Networking. Test some other software too which networks, but is not a browser.
 

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okay .. let's try this also .. :) ty ... for . replying all the time gman .. :)
 

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i have done as you said but its not working :(
 

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i have to remove cmos battery before installing this driver or after installing it ?
 

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i have to remove cmos battery before installing this driver or after installing it ?
No. Forget the battery at least for now.

Install the Windows version bios from the Intel link. Direct link to the file you need:
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/con....EB.EXE&lang=eng&Dwnldid=12686&ProductID=2367


Then reboot and see if it works.

If not, then power off. Pull out the battery for a minute. Replace it. Then go back into bios and load optimized defaults.

Reboot to Windows.

Install the new driver that I linked to in my first post, whether it is already working or not.
 

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i did .. it said .. you already having the same bios .. so .. i installed it again
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and here you talking about which setting and what is DMI ?? can you please make it more clear ?
 

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I'm talking about this guy's post: UD3P Realtek LANs This device cannot start (Code 10)

There probably is a setting in your bios to clear dmi pool data. That's what you want to do. Boot to Windows and check.

Other than that, yes, you can try pulling out the battery for a minute, replacing it, then rebooting.

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If you have a Quick Boot feature in your bios, set that to off (or disabled or no.) Save.
 

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done .. everything as you said .. but that crap still not working :p i think .. our hardware is not compitible with windows 8
 

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done .. everything as you said .. but that crap still not working :p i think .. our hardware is not compitible with windows 8
Did you install the driver again in Windows after all that?

Anyhow, try this - it will tell us if your adapter is in a working state now (meaning hardware working, not ACTUALLy working lol)

Open a command prompt as Admin (elevated)

type this then press enter: ipconfig /all

Copy/paste the results to here or make (a) screenshot(s).

To copy/paste, right click on it then choose select all. Press enter to copy.
 

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Prateek - I was looking forward to this info because I can then see if you have a physical address bound to the adapter or not.

If not, there is still an issue with the DMI pool needing to be cleared. <<< Most important. (Also make sure again all networking stuff is enabled in bios.)

If there is not, you can also try entering in any fake mac address in the device manager for the adapter. Use all 0, 1, a, b only. Any combination is good but just make sure you fill the entry completely with them. Reboot.

I would even disconnect the RJ-45 cable from the physical port to see if the code 10 goes away. Just more ideas.
 

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To copy/paste, right clickMicrosoft Windows [Version 6.2.8250]
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C:\Windows\system32>ipconfig /all

Windows IP Configuration

Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : sharma
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No

C:\Windows\system32> on it then choose select all. Press enter to copy.
 

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here is the info .. regarding my machine .. .. i did all you asked still not working .. :(
 

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here is the info .. regarding my machine .. .. i did all you asked still not working .. :(
If you copied and pasted everything shown in its entirety, then your adapter is having a problem at bios level. It is missing information for sure.

I would reinstall the latest bios yet again, only this time, see if there are any check boxes to clear the dmi along with the install.

Or research your motherboard on how to do so. That should reset the adapter working again.

It is also a good idea to set the motherboard bios to Optimized Defaults; once before you update the bios (to see how it is now) and after (to set to it again if it changed.)
 

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okay i set my bios on optimized defaults .. i think once again i should install the update .. , by the way i have pasted everything here .. i think it having issue with adapter only as widows 8 is not supporting it
 

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still having same issue ..... not working
 

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I have a potential solution if these machines with problems were upgrade installed to Windows 8 instead of clean install.
 

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