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Why this INF is not recognised?

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I have a Lenovo IdeaPad Z510 laptop with an Intel i3-4000M, and 8GB of RAM. It has a Realtek 8106E Fast Ethernet chip, and one of its compatible Hardware ID is this: PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8136&REV_07

The drivers for this are here: http://www.realtek.c...3&GetDown=false

This ID is present in the Win 2000/XP driver inside the .inf.

But, this very .inf is very similar to the Win98SE .inf, (it has all the stuff from the .inf from the Win98SE driver: strings, hardware ids, file destinations, driver options, etc.) but it's not recognized by Win98SE.

Here's the Win 2000/XP to look at:


In the .inf for the Win98SE driver, there's no ID for my chip, but it's recognized by Win98SE. There's the Win98SE inf:



So anyone can help me to get the Win2000/XP .inf to get recognized?

And no, the NDIS driver didn't work as an alternative, it is automatically disabled in the ASD.EXE, it says there's a conflict between the NDIS driver and the TCP/IP protocol.

Edited by MrMateczko, Today, 08:46 AM.

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