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yerttle

Realtek 8139: Not found by WinPE

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Hello, firstly I would like to say thank you for the help you have given me over the years without me even having to post.

I am running MDT 2008 and am building my clients with XP most of which I have added the drivers etc, no problem. However there is one type of laptop a HP NX9105, that won't find the network card within the WinPE part of the install. I have injected the drivers from the HP site and from the Realtek site but have still had no joy.

Here is a dump of the PCIScan of that machine.:

Bus Dev Func Slot Vend Dev. Class Name Subclass Name

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0 0 0 0 10DE 00D1 Bridge CPU/PCI

0 1 0 1 10DE 00D0 Bridge PCI/ISA

0 1 1 1 10DE 00D4 Serial Bus ???

0 2 0 2 10DE 00D7 Serial Bus USB

0 2 1 2 10DE 00D7 Serial Bus USB

0 2 2 2 10DE 00D8 Serial Bus USB

0 6 0 6 10DE 00DA Multimedia Audio

0 6 1 6 10DE 00D9 Communication ???

0 8 0 8 10DE 00D5 Disk IDE

0 A 0 A 10DE 00DD Bridge PCI/PCI

0 B 0 B 10DE 00D2 Bridge PCI/PCI

0 18 0 18 1022 1100 Bridge CPU/PCI

0 18 1 18 1022 1101 Bridge CPU/PCI

0 18 2 18 1022 1102 Bridge CPU/PCI

0 18 3 18 1022 1103 Bridge CPU/PCI

1 0 0 20 10DE 0176 Display VGA

2 0 0 40 104C 8026 Serial Bus Firewire

2 1 0 41 10EC 8139 Network Ethernet

2 2 0 42 14E4 4320 Network Other

2 4 0 44 104C AC54 Bridge PCI/CardBus

2 4 1 44 104C AC54 Bridge PCI/CardBus

2 4 2 44 104C 8201 System Peripheral Other

22 PCI devices found

I think the device I need drivers for is the "10EC 8139 Network Ethernet".

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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Just inject the driver into your PE or WIM. You didn't say what PE version you are using, but there is a general rundown:

Win PE 1.x = XP driver

WinPE 2.x = Vista/2008

WinPE 3.0 = Vista/2008/7

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