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Post by Maddy1991 »

I am having trouble finding the right driver for my device with the following details: Pci\Ven_10Ec&Dev_8168&Subsys_04F51028&Rev_06. I have already searched on the manufacturer's website and other driver download websites, but I couldn't find the specific driver I need. Could someone please provide me with a direct download link for this driver? I would really appreciate any help. Thank you in advance!
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Re: PciVen_10Ec&Dev_8168&Subsys_04F51028&Rev_06

Post by Detective »

Below you can download pciven_10ec&dev_8168&subsys_04f51028&rev_06 driver for Windows.

File name: pci-ven_10ec-dev_8168-subsys_04f51028-rev_06.exe
Version: 4.157
File size: 35916 MB
Upload source: original install disk
Antivirus software passed: G Data v. 5.49


(click above to download)

Device Specification:
Device Name: PciVen_10Ec&Dev_8168&Subsys_04F51028&Rev_06
Device Type: PCI Network Adapter
Vendor ID: 10Ec
Device ID: 8168
Subsystem ID: 04F51028
Revision: 06

Troubleshooting Questions and Answers:

1. Q: What can I do if my device is not being recognized by the system?
A: Make sure the device is securely connected to the PCI slot and check if the device drivers are properly installed. Restarting the system can also help resolve the recognition issue.

2. Q: Why am I experiencing intermittent connection drops or slow internet speeds with the device?
A: Firstly, check the quality and stability of your internet connection. If the issue persists, updating the device drivers to the latest version might improve the performance. Also, ensure that the device is not overheating and that there is no physical damage.

3. Q: How can I fix frequent network disconnections or errors with the device?
A: Start by restarting your router and modem to eliminate any temporary network issues. If the problem persists, try updating the firmware of your network adapter. Additionally, ensure that there are no conflicting programs or settings causing the disconnections.
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Re: Re: PciVen_10Ec&Dev_8168&Subsys_04F51028&Rev_06

Post by Maddy1991 »

Thank you so much for providing the link to the working Windows driver for my device, it worked perfectly and solved all my issues.
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