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Recently the latest setup of Realtek LAN driver has been released and available on several sites for free download. Now days clients have revealed that their Realtek PCIe Family Controller (Ethernet) haphazardly quits working after they moved up to Windows 10. There is still no answers from Microsoft or Realtek with reference to for what reason would this happen, and this circumstance happens so arbitrarily on various events, so there are a considerable measure of arrangements that could be of assistance. Additionally generally Windows 7 has been working alright on my PC, The main issue I have is that my locally available Realtek RTL8168C (P)8111C(P) Family PCI-E GBE NIC just "vanishes" after a reboot or a shutdown. 

It doesn't appear in the Device Manager by any stretch of the imagination. I have introduced the most recent driver from Realtek (1/20/2009) and Windows Update discloses to me I have the freshest driver accessible. 
realtek-lan-driver-download
Recently we have additionally incapacitated the power administration and IPV6 and the driver still vanishes.You can easily install driver if you have download it form this page. 

The driver always  will help you reset your TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol). To make it easier to understand, TCP/IP is the language that your computer uses to communicate with the outside world. Resetting TCP/IP will help you revert your Internet settings back to the stage where it still works. 




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