Are these conflicting with my network card?

B

bigals

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I have posted a few time regarding XP detecting my network card but not completing installation, it gives me the message saying the data is invalid.

I am using a realtek RTL8029 AS card.

I have found all these devices in the network card section of device manager and wondered if they are what is stopping me installing my NIC, and if so how do i uninstall them,

Please help,

Cheers, ALEX

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R

relder

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None of the devices under the adapter section will prevent this installation.

Suggest downloading the newest drivers from Realek.

http://www.realtek.com.tw/htm/download/driver.asp

Open Device Manger. In the Other Devices section, doubleclick Ethernet Controller and select update driver. Select install from a list or specific location. On the next window, type the path where you downloaded and extracted the drivers.

If the card is not defective, this should work.
 

JJB6486

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From what it looks like, your Ethernet Controller and VIA Bus Master IDE Controller are confliciting with each other. First install tehe drivers. Ethernet controller bring a Yellow Question Mark menas no drivers are installed. Then check the NIC and IDE Conroller for a IRQ or Memory Range Conflict. If one does exist, try moving the card to another PCI Slot or manually try to assign IRQs for the conflicting ones.

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