That didn’t work either. Please remember to be considerate of other members. CNET’s Forum on networking and wireless is the best source for finding help, troubleshooting, and getting buying advice from a community of experts. Hi Jeff Without much detail about your problems I can only offer these two good reference points: I just got through upgrading an NT4.
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Only other option was “About”. I just got through upgrading an NT4. It seems to me that Windows is already the generic. So really I had 3 issues: Track this discussion and email me when there are updates. I found the laptop didn’t have all it’s drivers installed proper.
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Please remember to be considerate of other members. Anyway, from Alex’s answer and what I half-guessed before posting, it sounds like this probably doesn’t exist — or rather that’s not the way things work.
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My question isn’t what driver to use It’s a bare bones no-brainer and no other utility can do it without Windows services in the background anyway. Ok, I’m up and working again in Windows 7.
I think Windows had been reporting device didn’t start or whatever error code 10 was. I’ve looked on Google and SU but no luck thus far. These users should then be able login remotely through the TS Client. If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem.
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Qin2k does my PCIe card. I have a lot of experience with WTS and could give you some hint. Try installing gneric following driver. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post.
Track this discussion and email me when there are updates. I can probably get this working on my own in the short term by tinkering around in Device Manager or worst case, swapping in yet another NIC into another PCIe slot.
For the integrated NIC: But I’m more interested in the long-term Sexually explicit or offensive language Spam: I’m asking if there is a way to use something generic or whatever Linux is using under Windows instead of the Realtek drivers, which seem to always fail under Windows.
There is no such thing as “generic” or “universal” Heneric driver.