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Try here: http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=13&PFid=5&Level=5&Conn=4&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false Otherwise, I would suggest you look up your motherboard model on the Gigabyte support website and download the ethernet driver from there. Hope this helps..


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Should you always install the newest drivers for the components, even if it's an OEM machine? Yup, but really only if you're having problems. Whenever I build new computers or reinstall the OS from scratch (personally or when I worked for an OEM) I always use the latest versions of the drivers from the manufacturers. Get the latest ones offered for ...


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This is mostly happens on the machines which are set to use a static/fixed IP. Please try the below steps" Open CMD prompt using "Run as Administrator" option Type the command netsh winsock reset catalog and press ENTER Then type netsh int ip reset reset.log and press ENTER Now restart your system Once the machine is up then try the ...


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Have you tried installing the drivers from ASUS? www.asus.com/Motherboards/RAMPAGE_FORMULA/HelpDesk_Download/ The Audio driver says SoundMAX, but a thread at TomsHardware said it also resolved problems for Supremefix II. Locating driver files manually Do you have a backup of of your old Win 7 install before upgrading to 8.1? Drivers should be located in ...


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Look: Asus Drivers for all operating systems


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There isn't much to be seen here. The faulting instruction was 6ccf7ed5 f7421800040000 test dword ptr [edx+18h],400h But edx had a zero in it, so this referred to address 0x18, which of course is a never-defined address (as are all va's from 0 through 0xFFFF). As to how edx got a zero in it, we can't tell. It may have been loaded from memory by the ...


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Using the proprietary graphics driver makes a big difference in performance in Linux compared to using the built-in open source graphics driver. In one of your questions you mentioned that you are running Ubuntu. In Ubuntu run the following command from the terminal to identify the recommended proprietary graphics driver to install: ubuntu-drivers devices ...


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.Try running the following command at a Windows PowerShell prompt: Get-WmiObject -Class CIM_VideoControllerResolution|select Caption This queries the operating system (WMI) for the resolutions supported by the video controller. I'm not completely certain but I believe all of the information about a graphics card and it's capabilities is reported to ...


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I will add that the latest revision to the bootcamp software, as of 12/1/2014, had self executing exe files for the devices and no longer requires you to do all this hard stuff. Just download the bootcamp installer directly from apple (http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1721), use 7-zip to get inside and find the Apple Drivers in this path: BootCamp > Drivers > ...


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I recently ran into a similar problem trying to get the WHSv1 restore CD to see my onboard NIC. Like you I extracted the x32 drivers from Intel's installer using 7-zip and copied them over to a flash drive, but Windows would fail to detect and install the hardware. It turned out that the problem wasn't that Windows couldn't find the driver I placed on the ...


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The GT610 will drive two monitors simultaneously with little to no configuration. Connect a monitor to each of the VGA and DVI ports and they should both work. You may need to go to the Windows Control Panel, open the "Display" module and "Detect" your monitors and it should work. To attach a VGA monitor to the DVI port you can get an adapter at Radio ...


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For using xsetwacom to do it, look here: http://linuxwacom.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Dual_and_Multi-Monitor_Set_Up#Coordinate_Transformation_Matrix You basically have to do it by hand, calculating the proportions of your monitor and translating them to tablet size. The instruction in the link explain how to map the whole tablet to the screen, with ...


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The problem with JohnnyVegas' suggestion is the fact that the M$ compatibility site says you need to download a driver from HP. I would download the bare universal PCL5 print driver from HP's site, this one for 64 bit systems or here for 32 bit. It's an exe file. When you run it it will decompress the driver files. Remember the location for the files. Do ...



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