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    Default LAN Card setup in Win 7

    so, yesterday I bought a Lan card, model TP LINK 3239DL. So, I carefully placed the card in the PCI slot, and my slot is okay, since I saw a red light blinking. Now, after I start my windows, it detects realtek lan card which is actually WTF type. see the pic:


    The other one which is connected is my mobo built-in. And, The driver came along with the cd does not include any setup file, so I downloaded the drivers from here:
    http://www.tp-link.com/products/prod...odel=TF-3239DL
    Ok, same sh*t, no setup file here either. And, I right click select update drivers and manually select the location of the Drivers Win7 32-bit but it says this:


    Now, I ignore that, turn off my computer plug in the cable and yes the red light blinks, went to my network and sharing and then to Change adapter settings, same thing, the mobo built in is always disconnected and the external lan card which still detects realtek not tplink, it searches for network and then gets (Network cable unplugged) and again it goes identifying and gets disconnected(Network cable unplugged) and this thing happens continuously and doesn't stop. I went to configure and write down my NETWORK MAC ADDRESS carefully and accurately, and I went to cmd, and getmac and then it shows both same mac id, so no problem in mac either. I want to know where's the problem? and how do i fix it? is there any prob with the lan card or with my windows? HELP!

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    Default Re: LAN Card setup in Win 7

    RTL 8139 is the chipset of that lan which just happens to be realtek, to real worries, and you dont really have to install/download drivers unless windows doesnt detect it right away.

    with the disconnecting thing, does show the red cross sigh or a yellow caution sign, if it shows the yellow caution sigh, write down your built-in lan's mac address, restart pc, go into bios, disable the on-board lan, boot to windows and apply the written down mac address of the on-board lan onto the pci lan card.

    honestly I quite couldn't figure out clearly what you were saying

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    Default Re: LAN Card setup in Win 7

    Delete the device from device manager, then refresh device manager and see if Windows can detect and install drivers automatically, and yes, Orn is right, it is the chipset.

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