Inbox_Driver_Dhcp_Binds_Failed.txt Driver File Contents (Lan_6_188_1207_2006.zip)

================ All PCI/PCIe 8169/8168/8101E 10/100/1000 NETWORK ADAPTER =============

TCP/IP protocol not works issue on Realtek 8169/8168/8101E inbox driver

Q. Realtek inbox driver for Windows Vista RTM has software compatibility issue when TCP/IP protcol driver
   tries to bind the LAN miniport driver.
   If not cable connected to the network card first, the DHCP client could not bind to TCP/IP protocol stack
   after system boot.
   'ipconfig /all' does not show the adapter, too.  Device manager could show the adapter.

A. How to ensure that DHCP client always binds the TCP/IP protocol
   
   1. Connect the network cable to adapter first 
   2. Power on the machine and system boots
   3. The TCP/IP protocol could successfully bind to the LAN driver now and the network works.
   4. You can use 'ipconfig /all' to check the IP address.




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