"Network driver from Realtek."
Need drivers for your 10/100M Fast Ethernet/PCI NIC (Network Interface Controller)? If you're using anything from the RTL8100 series, you don't need to look any further than right here. This Realtek RTL81xx Network Driver package will automatically detect your hardware and install the proper driver. Without these drivers, you won't be able to connect to the internet via Ethernet, even if you plug in directly to your router. It's completely free to download and install these drivers, so go ahead and click download now to get started. These drivers are compatible with Windows 2000 and Windows XP only, both 32-bit and 64-bit versions supported.
Key Features of Realtek RTL81xx Network Drivers for WinXP 32/64 and Win2K:
- Provides required 10/100M Fast Ethernet/PCI NIC drivers
- Compatible with RTL8100 series hardware only
- Easy to install, just download, run the set-up, and reboot your PC
- Works with Windows 2000 and XP ONLY, both 32-bit and 64-bit OS supported
Updated23 Sep 2012
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by dogsled on 15 Jun 2015
Related System Specifications this download was installed onto which may be of help to you in some way:
HP Pavilion P6-2103W --- this model is from around 2012
Network (Ethernet) Controller Hardware ID: pci ven_10ec&dev_8168&subsys_2abf103c&rev_06
Operating System this Download Installed into: Windows XP Professional 64-Bit running fast with Service Pack 2
RAM: 8 gb
Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) CPU G630 @ 2.70GHZ (a dual core processor)
Very fast and very smooth installation
Installation Interface very polished appearing
2. Despite a great looking installation interface, there was no indication whatsoever in the way of an alert dialogue box or similar that any POTENTIAL issue(s) could cause installation conflict problems, etc.etc..
3. The ADD/REMOVE Programs area of Control Panel shows the installation of this download package (which I went ahead and "removed" since it wasn't doing anything PRODUCTIVE, just occupying space, and being useless CLUTTER) but this same specific device's package installation in CONTROL PANEL's Device Manager failed to even show up as if it were never installed. Ur guess is as good as mine how/why that happened - but it did...