Install the first Driver in the Link below it is for the Chipset Is this some kind of bug related to the mainboard or what? Page 1 of 2. Find More Posts by techsoul8. I already tried it.
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I was searching the Internet for similar problem but seems like no one had one.
It seems to me like it is something related to the chipset itself. Yes, that’s the same link from the official ASRock website I tried to install driver from. Btw it’s a laptop here the model if you wanted to know: Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. I already tried it. I’ve concluded that since the FPS drops happen after several minutes while playing and seem to have nothing to do Windows keeps detecting it as beeing Nvidia nForce Network Controller which ucc absolutely incorrect.
ASRock N68C-GS FX Network controller driver – Windows 7 Help Forums
Asus XA Network Controller I don’t know what else I should try to make it work. Is that what your OS was originally? I’ve seen incorrect drivers installed manually but I’ve never seen Windows detects incorrect Network controller.
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Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x If there is no official driver available it must be incorporated into the windows but windows detects network controller as beeing Nvidia Now from what I can tell there the Windows 7 Drivers are only for the 64 Bit version I’m currently missing some files and I can’t seem to find those drivers help?
Hi maxie, thanks for the reply.
Find More Posts by techsoul8. N68c-gx times are GMT Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. I would say that the problem is windows detects wrong network chip and tries to install incorrect driver from the windows drivers repository.
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That didn’t work either. Contact Us Legal Ycc and cookies. Originally Posted by techsoul8 Yes, that’s the same link from the official ASRock website I tried to install driver from. I just did a clean install after replacing my old ASUS Since there is no driver available on the Realtek official website for the RTlCL chip it seems like I’m stuck here.
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Also tried to follow instructions from the MSDN site related to code 10 issue but that did not help either. Originally Posted by maxie. Originally Posted by techsoul8.
The problem seems to be with the Chipset DRiver if you got that Installed it would sort the Lan Driver issue as it is n68c-sg in the Download