Release.txt Driver File Contents (Lan_6_188_1207_2006.zip)

Realtek 8169/8168/8101 PCI/PCIe NDIS6 driver (for Windows Vista)

Updated driver : Please visit www.Realtek.com.tw


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Version 6.187.1121.2006
 
1. Fix the driver bug: WOL incorrectly PHY power down

2. Fix the driver bug: 'Network Address' not reset to original to MAC address
 
  After 'Network Address' changed and then cleared, the MAC address does not reset to the original one.
  ('Network Address' is in the Device Manager | Properties | Advanced | Property)

3. Fix the driver bug: 'Network Address' could not change the MAC address

4. change TX/RX parameters to improve copy throughput

5. add 'Auto Disable Gigabit' feature.

  Important : The feature is only for notebook users.

  Please refer Auto_Disable_Gigabit.txt
  for notebook user, it is recommended to turn on this to reduce power consumption
  The default value is off.

6. due to HW/SD and FAE request, disable MSI and re-enable INTx emulation for maximum hardware compatibility.

  Important: the device mangement may require the user to re-boot
  If you install a MSI-enabled driver and then install a INTx emulation driver, the device managment may
  ask the user to re-boot.

  Important: multiple 8168/8101E cards installed.
  Device management may appear code 10 error if multiple an MSI-enabled driver update to INTx emulated driver.
  Please re-install the driver to all Realtek network card to ensure all the driver are identical.

  Known compatibility issue : Nvidia PCI express X16 slot disable MSI functionality

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Version 6.186.1103.2006

1. Fix DHCP client binds TCP/IP problem

  Realtek inbox driver has this issue and recommended users replace the Vista RTM inbox to new one
  Please refer Inbox_Driver_Dhcp_Binds_Failed.txt

2. Fix PME_EN compatibility issue with some MB  (WOL pattern match)

3. Support 8168B rev F (PCI-express)

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Version 6.1853.1011.2006

1. Add message-signaled interrupt. (8168/8101)

  Reduce interrupt latency and no interrupt sharing

2. Add large send offload, TCP/IP checksum offload.

3. Fix wrong OS reported link speed.  The physical link speed is correct.

  If no cable connected when driver initialization, the link speed OS reported is wrong.
  The physical is correct.

4. Fix magic packet wake up problem when incoming packet is multicast (8168/8101)

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