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    Question GA-EP45-UD3P Realtek PCIe GBE#2 Code10

    I've just reinstalled XP and I'm getting a code 10 on the second Realtek PCIe GBE Ethernet controller. First I used the latest 32bit XP Lan drivers from Gigabytes site. They didn't work so I uninstalled/ restarted, and updated, letting the hardware wizard find the latest drivers for each controller; This time using v5.742.1125.2009 direct from Realtek's site.
    Could this be some kind of resource conflict? There is nothing plugged into the computer, just the bar minimal.
    I've also tried turning both controllers off in the bios and then back on to see if I could reset them.

    I've had both controllers working the first time I built this system, so I'm guessing it's something to do with software, I'm not sure.

    --More info--
    XP spk3
    EP45-UD3P rev 1.6
    Intel INFUpdate-v9.1.1.1025
    Last edited by Starstreams; 02-05-2010 at 10:49 PM.

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    Re: GA-EP45-UD3P Realtek PCIe GBE#2 Code10

    If you are not using the second controller, can you just turn it off in your bios? I was getting a code 28 message (in device manager) re. the marvell sata controller in my new upd4 mobo in Windows 7, and I got rid of it by simply turning off the controller in my bios. I'm not using it, so I'd rather turn it off anyway. I turn off all that sort of stuff in the bios if I'm not using it.

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    Re: GA-EP45-UD3P Realtek PCIe GBE#2 Code10

    I think its defective if doesn't respond to enabling and any configuration.

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    Re: GA-EP45-UD3P Realtek PCIe GBE#2 Code10

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dfxrain View Post
    I think its defective if doesn't respond to enabling and any configuration.
    Hmm, or maybe something is something is going awry installing the drivers. My marvell controller was a pain int eh butt, but after reading this post, I decided to finally install it. Mind you I'm not going to use it, but I at least wanted to install it. It took a while but I finally got it to work. Now I'll promptly turn it off in the bios as I won't be using it. Sometimes with all the stuff on mobos, I just turn it off unless I really need it. Lazy I guess.

    In the case at hand, it might be worth going direct;u to the realtek site and looking for the drivers there.
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    Re: GA-EP45-UD3P Realtek PCIe GBE#2 Code10

    Yeah that...maybe different drivers, earlier version/later version or something to do with the service pack and compatibility of the drivers and the OS.

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    Re: GA-EP45-UD3P Realtek PCIe GBE#2 Code10

    Had a similar problem where I had a code 10 on the onboard Realtek network ports on the my Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3P motherboard. Loaded driver from Gigabyte or Realtek did not solve the problem. I even reloaded Windows 7 (64-bit) but got the same message. Finally went into BIOS and enabled Green LAN and Wake on LAN settings and on the next boot into Windows no more code 10 and the single network port that I have plugged it worked perfectly. I presume with some update in Windows 7, the OS now has more 'control' over the network ports.


    Quote Originally Posted by Starstreams View Post
    I've just reinstalled XP and I'm getting a code 10 on the second Realtek PCIe GBE Ethernet controller. First I used the latest 32bit XP Lan drivers from Gigabytes site. They didn't work so I uninstalled/ restarted, and updated, letting the hardware wizard find the latest drivers for each controller; This time using v5.742.1125.2009 direct from Realtek's site.
    Could this be some kind of resource conflict? There is nothing plugged into the computer, just the bar minimal.
    I've also tried turning both controllers off in the bios and then back on to see if I could reset them.

    I've had both controllers working the first time I built this system, so I'm guessing it's something to do with software, I'm not sure.

    --More info--
    XP spk3
    EP45-UD3P rev 1.6
    Intel INFUpdate-v9.1.1.1025

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