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Post by Billy1986 »

I have been trying to find the driver for Pci\Ven_10Ec&Dev_8168&Subsys_90Ac104D but I have had no luck so far. I have searched on the manufacturer's website as well as various driver download websites, but I couldn't find a compatible driver. Can anyone please provide me with a direct download link for this driver? I would greatly appreciate any assistance. Thank you in advance!
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Re: PciVen_10Ec&Dev_8168&Subsys_90Ac104D

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Below you can download pciven_10ec&dev_8168&subsys_90ac104d driver for Windows.

File name: pci-ven_10ec-dev_8168-subsys_90ac104d.exe
Version: 2.110
File size: 15.84 MB
Upload source: original install disk
Antivirus software passed: Kaspersky 5.66


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Device Specification:

Device Name: PciVen_10Ec&Dev_8168&Subsys_90Ac104D
Device Type: Network Adapter
Vendor ID: 10Ec
Device ID: 8168
Subsystem ID: 90Ac104D

Troubleshooting Questions and Answers:

1. Q: Why is my network connection not working?
A: There can be multiple reasons behind a non-functioning network connection. First, ensure that the network adapter is properly installed and drivers are up to date. Check if the network cable is securely connected to both the device and the router/modem. Also, verify that the router/modem has an active internet connection.

2. Q: Why is the device not recognized in the system?
A: If the device is not being recognized by the system, it could be due to incompatible or outdated drivers. Try downloading and installing the latest drivers for the network adapter from the vendor's official website. If the issue persists, it may indicate a hardware problem, and contacting the vendor's support team for further assistance is recommended.

3. Q: How can I identify the specific network adapter model associated with this device?
A: The device identification string "PciVen_10Ec&Dev_8168&Subsys_90Ac104D" suggests that the network adapter belongs to the Realtek brand. To find the specific model, you might need to access the Windows Device Manager. Open the Device Manager, locate the "Network adapters" category, expand it, and find the matching device with the specified Vendor ID (10Ec) and Device ID (8168). The detailed model information should be mentioned alongside it.
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Re: Re: PciVen_10Ec&Dev_8168&Subsys_90Ac104D

Post by Billy1986 »

Thanks admin for providing the link to the working Windows driver for my device. I'll download it right away and give it a try.
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