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Realtek RTLE Family PCI-E Fast Ethernet NIC NDIS Drivers
What it the listing for the chipset under the motherboard tab and what is shown under the Graphics tab. So I thought Vista would be an easy install over it, not knowing that there are now hardware.
But because of the Vista install, the key sequence to start the factory reset may not work at all. Another thing I would recommend is to download etherjet like Macrium Free.
Several functions may not work. I guess moving the 32 folder to the desk top did the trick, because those were the same drivers I had. Quick question though, and I know this is basic but its been a long time since I reinstalled a Windows version.
Glad everything is working now. Using the site is easy and fun. A program that can create disk and partition images. I must be brain dead. I also tried a tip which others seemed to make.
Just to make sure please download CPUz. You can get that driver here. I do have a desktop to access the internet, so any drivers or anything I could be pointed to would be. Okay, I found it and it’s actually the driver I linked to which you may downloaded already.
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Realtek driver for RTL8101E and Windows Vista 32bit
I am not sure you would want to do it but if the Vista install still kept the OEM recovery partition intact, there is the possiblity you could go back to Windows 8 as a etherjet reset. Thanks for the update. I am not sure why pointing to the INF file did not work for you though. Posted 01 September – Welcome to BleepingComputera free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. In a nutshell, my notebook Windows 8 system crashed, it.