Discussion in 'Application Software' started by mcz55, Aug 1, 2019.
Windows 21H2 lists the driver as 220.127.116.11.
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New version available on Realtek website:
Win7 and Server 2008 R2 7.141.0511.2021 2021/07/23 Install_Win7_7141_07202021.exe
Win8, Win8.1 and Server 2012 8.087.0511.2021 2021/08/17 Install_Win8_8.1_8087_08132021.exe
Win10 10.050.0511.2021 2021/08/17 Install_Win10_10050_08132021.exe
Win11 11xx.001.0714.2021 2021/08/17 Install_PCIE_Win11_18.104.22.168_08162021.exe
Win11 11xx.001.0714.2021 2021/08/26 Install_PCIE_Win11_11.1.0714.2021_08192021.exe
Win10 10.050.0511.2021 2021/09/02 Install_Win10_10050_09012021.exe
@toto221 hmm for some reason my W10 LTSC 2019 x64 does not install this new driver (Win10_10050_09012021.exe) that I downloaded directly from the Realtek website; I have already uninstalled through GO Device Manager and also by the programs and resources on the control panel; I restarted the machine but when the system starts still remains the "old" driver Win10_10050_0622021 ??
2°EDIT: PROBLEM SOLVED: NOW USING NEW DRIVER NOT ABOVE MENTIONED
Sorry, but what is the reason you need this particular driver? Driver is needed to upgrade only if it doesn't no more connect device with OP system, ie if the device or OP system have been changed. There is never any other reason to change driver.
hmm sorry me too but as far as I know the correct procedure is always to install the most up to date drivers; I hope you understand now, okay; so my question stands until I find the resolution
EDIT: problem solved
I've found on some notebooks the newer driver doesn't work properly. The lan sometimes disappears. This bug was fixed a while ago according to the changelog but I've only experienced it with the newer driver...
it is NOT a new driver, Tiger-1. geez!
Win10_10050_09012021 is just a repacked or re-released 10.050 version with newer MS WHQL signatures.
It is the SAME driver version as 10050_05212021 - gosh darn it, no big deal
edit - heck, I'm still using the Win10_10050_07202021 package that Realtek released in late July 2021 and it IS STILL THE 10050 version and working fine on the desktop & laptop PCs using the onboard Realtek PCIe LAN device. so there's NO need for me to download & install the Win10_10050_09012021 package.
you'll have to wait until Realtek releases something newer like 10051 or better for Win10
that is assuming you are running Win11, not Win10
in which Realtek released separate LAN driver that is Win11 specific on their web site in Aug. 2021
hmm you make one unecessary confusion dude, only see on my post PROBLEM SOLVED..(I ALREADY ENCOUNTER THE NEW DRIVER not WIN1010050 07202021 IF YOU WANT KNOW MORE GO TO REALTEK WEBSITE and search because finally I encounter o most new driver in Realtek website and all running correctly still in time I DON'T USE WINDOWS 11BETA VERSION (I'M NOT CRAZY) I USE WINDOWS 10 LTSC X64 MODDED BY ME THEN NO MORE COMMENTS PLEASE
only for fun my new driver is: Win10_10050_09012021