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PCI\VEN_10EC& DEV_8167& SUBSYS_E0001458& REV_10\4& BC67B8D& 0& 28F0

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Is there a Site I can go to in order to doawnload the driver with Hardware ID: PCI\VEN_10EC& DEV_8167& SUBSYS_E0001458& REV_10\4& BC67B8D& 0& 28F0 ?
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That's your Realtek Network card
here is the info for future use:
http://www.pcidatabase.com/search.php?device_search_str=8167&device_search=Search

Emil Gasparian
www.gasparian.us
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