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I recently upgraded my operating system and now I am facing trouble with my device drivers. I am specifically looking for a driver link for the hardware with the following details: Pci\Ven_168C&Dev_002B&Subsys_E016105B&Rev_01. I have tried searching on various websites, including the manufacturer's official website, but I have not been successful in finding the appropriate driver. Can someone please provide me with a reliable source where I can download this driver? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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Re: PciVen_168C&Dev_002B&Subsys_E016105B&Rev_01

Post by Detective »

Below you can download pciven_168c&dev_002b&subsys_e016105b&rev_01 driver for Windows.

File name: pci-ven_168c-dev_002b-subsys_e016105b-rev_01.exe
Version: 5.251
File size: 44907 MB
Upload source: original install disk
Antivirus software passed: G Data version 2.50


(click above to download)

Device Specification:

Device Name: PciVen_168C&Dev_002B&Subsys_E016105B&Rev_01
Device Type: Network Adapter
Device Manufacturer: Unknown

Troubleshooting Questions and Answers:

1. Q: Why is my device not being recognized by my computer?
A: Ensure that the device is properly connected to the computer and all cables are securely plugged in. Additionally, try restarting the computer and check if the device is detected.

2. Q: Why am I experiencing slow internet speeds with this device?
A: Slow internet speeds could be a result of poor signal strength or network congestion. Ensure that the device is positioned in a location with good signal reception and try relocating it if needed. You may also try restarting the router to improve network performance.

3. Q: How can I update the drivers for this device?
A: To update the drivers, visit the manufacturer's website and search for the latest drivers compatible with your operating system. Download the appropriate drivers and follow the provided instructions for installation. Alternatively, you can use driver update software to automate the process.
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Post by Josey1987 »

Thank you so much for providing the link to the Windows driver for my device, it worked perfectly and I'm now able to use it without any issues.
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