Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller Cannot Connect To Wifi?
Oct 5, 2012
This is my first time building a computer and after i put all the parts together it worked fine my the only problem im facing right now is im not sure if my network card support wireless connection(Please read the attachment) if it can please teach me how to fix this problem. Sorry im a noob in computer scienceProcessor AMD FX (tm)-4100 quad - core processor Network Card Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller[img]http://s10.**************/5byfgbm39/image.jpg[/img]mg]http://s12.**************/qe31vy8qx/image.jpg[/img]
ive been revieving some stutter noticibly when playing and form of video or audio and it has been getting worse as of late. Overall performance has dropped as well.Ive tried using Latency Checker and Latencymon and Realtek Ethernet Diagnostics Utility to try and diagnose the problem and the closest thing ive come to is that it has something to do with 'Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller' as when I disable it the stutter appears to vanish and latency readings drop however I need that to connect to the internet so keeping it removed is not really an option.I have tried using a variety of drivers and methods from this forum and others and none have come to be of any use as of yet. [url]...
I am having an intermittent problem with my network connection dropping out for no apparent reason.When it drops, I still see the lights blinking on the NIC card, but cannot pass packets even to the router.Windows does not report the connection or the cable as disconnected when this problem is occurring.The problem will persist until I disconnect and reconnect the CAT-5e wire, or disable and re-enable the NIC.As soon as I do one of those 2 things, connectivity immediately returns (and works for another hour or so).I am running a legitimate copy of Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit on an HP Pavilion.All of the latest Windows updates and the latest firmware drivers are installed. My ethernet connection is a wired Local Area Connection with a static IP address, gateway and DNS.The IP address, gateway and DNS settings are accurate and work for several other computers here.
The Network Interface Card is a Realtek PCIe FE Family Controller (VEN_10EC / DEV_8136 / REV_05).NIC Power Management, Energy Efficient Ethernet, and Link Down Power Saving are all turned off.On the NIC, ARP/Large Send/IPv4,TCP,UDP Checksum/NS Offload, Flow Control, and are all on.Receive Buffer Size on the NIC is 64Kb (512 buffers). Receive Side Scaling on. 128 Transmit Buffers.Interrupt Moderation is turned on. Magic Packet features are turned off. Optimal Performance enabled. [code[
The realtek ethernet controller was not found. If deep sleep mode is enabled please plug the cable.I saw a lot of people having the same problem but there is one problem. I have windows xp while the others had windows 7. I've just formatted my computer and i want to install the drivers. And when i'm trying to install the ethernet drivers it appears this message.
Has someone faced the problem of the RealTek Network Adapter/Controller not being found. Yesterday morning my Internet connection went off and when I tried to repair it I got the following message: The RealTek Network Adapter/Controller was not found. If Deep Sleep Mode enabled Please Plug the Cable i searched the Net on my other Computer and found chapter and verse on this problem but none of the suggested cures worked and the Net remained off the whole day. Finally in the night in disgust I shut down the errant computer, unplugged all the cables attached to it, and went to sleep.This morning I attached all the cables and restarted the computer and everything was back to normal again. After scouting the Net the only change that I have made is to uncheck the "Allow this Computer to turn off this device to save Power" Box.
Just a quick note i know there is another post about this but i have a problem and i cannot manage to fix it with the solutions from the other one.So here's some info.Yesterday for some very odd reason instead of shutting down my comp went into "sleep" mode.And today my internet didnt manage to connect. After some time it turned out i got my Realtek network controller missing (along with network dirvers ofc).So i took my driver setup file and installed it.. however in the end i got the following message "The RealTek Network Adapter/Controller was not found.If Deep Sleep Mode is enabled Please Plug the Cable"So i turned on my old PC and looked for sloutions on-line.Here is what i tried so far-Removed my RAM (first time for around 10 mins ; second time for around 1 hour)-Reseted CMOS (from motherboard)-AND RE-INSTALLED WIN 7.NONE OF WHICH WORKED.
I did a fresh Windows 7 64 bit installation and everything was going fine (besides the BSOD problems about the graphics card which I fixed by renaming nvlddmkm.sys which was the cause of the BSOD) until I tried installing the Ethernet drivers.
Specs: Gigabyte GA-MA69G-S3H Motherboard AMD Athlon 64 6000+ CPU 4GB 800 DDR2 Memory 585 Watt Power supply XFX 8800 GTS GPU 2 Seagate Hard drives : 250 GB & 160GB
Windows doesn't even detect the adapter even though its onboard. I've tried installing the drivers from the original dvd (and in compatible and as administrator) with no luck. I also tried downloading the latest lan drivers from [URL] but it still didn't work. I got a deep sleep error or something. (Which I couldn't resolve cause there's nothing in network connections, not even the 1394 connection which is also turned on in the bios)
No it does not show in device manager under Network adapters. Actually there isn't even a network adapter subcategory unless I click show hidden devices(which has multiple devices then but no network controller). The only driver with a question mark is the graphics card driver which I will try to install after I get the Ethernet adapter working. Microsoft did say its 64 bit compatible [URL] so I don't know what to do. I did check the settings in the bios to see if everything with network was enabled and whatnot.. I also tried resetting everything in the bios to default settings with no luck.
Out of desperation tried adding the device manually through device manager (action>add Legacy hardware>manually>network adapters>have disk..) I tried this with the latest drivers I got from gigabytes website but it didn't even show a device, so I tried the original drivers from the mobo dvd which gave 3 devices.. I tried them all.. each time reinstalling the latest drivers and whatnot to no avail. I'm Thinking of trying to use the windows 64 bit repair disk seeing as it might be software related seeing as it doesn't even show the firewire adapter.
i tried to connect to my school wifi and then it shows a yellow triangle over it and , it said no internet acces but i can connect to my house wifi only i have tried to connect to others... and it have a yellow triangle over it .
Until yesterday morning I had a good wifi signal. We are in France and run on Nordnet Satellite Internet.However, now I have an exclamation mark on signal bar and no internet access. We are on Nordnet Satellite and I am running WIndows 7 on a Sony Vaio laptop.It is not the router as my husband's laptop is working fine with no connection problems. I can connect to internet by using cable but not wifi which is very inconvenient as I have to keep bringing the computer downstairs.Have done diagnostic check and error is: Windows cannot connect with the device or resource (primary DNS server)Computer also trying to connect by cellular profile (which is the O2 dongle that I use when I go to the UK). I keep getting the O2 box up asking me if I want to connect which it did (without the dongle inserted) but although it will bring up Google it won't connect to anything.I'm not very technical but have done the obvious things like system restore and checking the adaptor settings in Network and Sharing but just can't figure out what the problem is. If I try to set up a new connection it just keeps referring back to the cellular profile which is presumably for O2?
Running Windows 7 Home Premium on a netbook. Since yesterday get message "Windows cannot connect to wifi". Running checks suggests resetting the router, but two other devices, an IPad and an almost identical netbook are connected no problem. I havn't changed anything. It can see the router. Done normal reboots, disconnect reuse connect adapter etc. no luck. This has happened before on two other computers on different routers, and we don't know what eventually fixed it, although changing the encryption method might have solved one of them, even though that computer had been connecting for weeks before the failure. The only one of our family devices never to have experienced this is the IPad.
This is the net book I upgraded to windows 7 ultimate 32-bit. Asus Eee PC 900HD - ProductWiki unbiased product reviewsIt shows available networks, but when I try to connect it says "windows was unable to connect to network". I tried using Windows network diagnostics to try and fix it, but it didn't work. I also tried resetting my router and removing the password from my network, but those didn't work either.
I am not able to connect wifi on my laptop..Its signal strength is excellent but do not know why i could not getting connected to it..But I am able to connect to wifi on my both phones and every other device...But not on laptop..It was working fine day before but not today.
i am uble to connect wifi (my college wifi) .i tried everything i updated driver , formatted my harddisk.i saw some solution like release ip and renew ip. i try to release ip. am gettin this message "Windows IP ConfigurationNo operation can be performed on Wireless Network Connection while it has its media disconnected.No operation can be performed on Bluetooth Network Connection while it has its media disconnected.An error occurred while releasing interface Loopback Pseudo-Interface 1 : The system cannot find the file specified."-->This i got when i type ipconfi /allWindows IP Configuration[CODE]
I just recently bought an Acer Aspire 5250 fro rent a center and for a while I was able to connect to Wifi, but I can't anymore. i have barely downloaded anything or installed anything, so that can't be it, I've googled this problem and everything, i disabled the wireless adapter and re-enabled it and nothing happened. Any clue what DID happen? I'm currently connected to the internet with my Wireless card from my cell phone company.
My father bought a new laptop last few days and the thing is,his laptop can't connect to our wi fi (home).I feel weird because everyone's laptops in the house can connect to wi fi and he can't.Does it mean that he need to fix something or what? He owns Acer aspire one happy series and everytime he tries to connect to the internet,it says "limited connection" but the signal is excellent.
Running Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit hereAm unable to connect to any NEW Wifi Networks that are detected.The WiFi Adapter sees them just fine - just cannot connect to them.However am able to connect to existing networks (SSIDs that already appear in "Manage Wireless Networks").Furthermore, If I boot into my Windows 7 Enterprise for work, everything works good.For example:I have a saved WiFi connection for my Verizon Hotspot device, that I can always connect to.But if am at hotel (no encryption), and want to connect to their wireless, It fails to connect.
My computer has worked fine (relatively) since i built it in... 2007. Two weeks ago i stopped being able to use the wifi card on the computer. It kept getting an error saying it failed to start. Uninstalling the drivers/reinstalling/updating them didn't seem to do anything.Eventually I did a Windows repair, took the card out, uninstalled the drivers, put the card back in and it worked.The only side effect, is that my PC no longer remembers the password of the router. I have to double click my SSID each time and re-enter the password. Its getting kinda annoying. WLAN AutoConfig is running as an automatic start.
I have Acer ASPIRE 4745 notebook with me.,the problem is that i am unable to connect it to my WiFi,which i can easily to my phone but i am finding it difficult to connect it to notebook.,and i want to know the exact drivers for using WiFi.
I used to use my laptop to connect to this router's wifi and have no problem at all.Recently I am unable to connect to it most of the time, and it shows a yellow triangle on the wifi signal icon with an exclamation mark , sometimes okay but then very slow. iPad and iPhone can both connect to the wifi with no problem, and my friend's laptop is fine as well.So it seems that it is my laptop's problem.I tried to use the cable to connect and is fine though somehow still a bit slower than normal
My computer has an issue connecting to the internet wireless at my house but every where else computer can connect to their wireless internet. The laptop can connect through a direct connection at my house. I don't know what to really do or go to as i am not that familiar with windows 7.
I am unable to connect to the internet in wireless mode. It shows the available networks, but does not connect when I type in my router password. I have tried everything I know of. Uninstalled/Reinstalled the driver - I have an Intel 5100 AGN wireless driver installed. I disabled and enabled it. Didn't work. Running command prompt and typing in ipconfig /all doesn't detect my adapter device - says "Media Disconnected".I also did these by running command prompt as an administrator: Reset WINSOCK entries to installation defaults: netsh winsock reset catalogReset IPv4 TCP/IP stack to installation defaults. netsh int ipv4 reset reset.logReset IPv6 TCP/IP stack to installation defaults. netsh int ipv6 reset reset.logand restarted my computer. I have a Dell Studio 1555 with Win 7 (32-bit) Professional.What am I supposed to do now? Please help!PS: I know this is a problem with my Windows as the wireless works seamlessly in my Ubuntu.
I know this is far less related to Windows 7 issues (completely unrelated :P), and more related to hardware and such, but anyway. I am on an absolutely pathetic internet connection of 20gb a month (Internet in New Zealand was monopolised by Telecom, and the industry went nowhere for years, our speeds are stupid and the prices would be considered unacceptable in many countries). Me and a friend do a lot of data sharing, and he also hosts a minecraft server, which uses a lot of internet. Luckily for me, he moved in 4 houses down from me. Our solution was going to be for me to connect to his wifi connection from my house, and just to be safe, from his end I would be restricted to his Lan network, but not internet data :P.However after fruitless attempts to make a home made yagi antenna from everything from a fly cover for a large dish to a kitchen wok, nothing worked and we ran short of ideas. Does anyone know of a cheap way we could accomplish this? We could buy a yagi antenna (for those of you that don't know thats like long range wifi antenna
I have a Kodak Hero 3.1 connected to my Motorola Surfboard SBG8560 modem/wireless router. It connects fine and I can find the printer and even print hen my computer is connected to Ethernet but not when I switch over to wifi. This is on a computer running windows 8 rp but I know the os is not to blame because it is not found by my roommates mac on wifi or my other roommates windows xp machine. i figure it must be a router setting that i am missing. When i run arp -a in cmd this is what i get:Code[CODE]