Driver is detected and installed on real hardware. Worked fine with the D-Link driver provided on the CD. ReactOS started freezing after the install. Works using XP native driver from Dell. Works with Windows XP offical drivers as well. Afterwards I had to go to Device Manager, update the Ethernet Controller to that specific location, then as soon as the drivers list updated it installed.
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Intel Network Adapter Driver for Windows XP bit Driver – TechSpot
RDP connection was successful. I could ping Google and I got an dynamic IP from my main wireless router.
Windows XP  Note that it may require another search. I copied the driver files from XP and it installed with no problem. Compex own driver is too old, NDIS 3. Worked fine with the D-Link driver provided on the CD. Tested on real hardware, device works without any issue. It is possible to set the SpeedDuplex in the registry to Mb or other setting.
Try to test a Windows XP driver and if that fails try a Windows driver but be sure to mention the failure of the XP driver in your comments. I installed it using the executable setup on Lenovo’s website. It installs and works on real hardware, using x86 Windows XP drivers.
Driver fails to auto negotiate proper connection speed Mb sets as 1Gb instead.
I installed it and turned on my computer real hardware and ReactOS installs the driver automatically. Driver detects, installs, gets an IP address, and the statistics show data is transferred livecddbg added Intel drivers to ISO.
Driver is detected and 8255 on real hardware with livecddbg added Intel drivers to ISO. Win2k driver successfully installs and runs perfectly as of r See bug 2 below, you need to use expand.
Not recognized with XP drivers. Computer model is Lenovo T See see bug 1 below.
Realtek RTL Ethernet [ Please retest all NICs that have not been tested since at least r r r It installs but doesn’t work using Windows drivers see bug 2 below.
First time installing there were error messages about the installer being corrupted and it didn’t want to copy many files over. Tested with Windows drivers, failed to work, needs more testing when I can get a serial port out ibtel the computer.
Works using XP native driver from Dell. I only found Windows 9x and Windows Drivers. This time everything worked and was able to use the NIC. Please update this page with the status of each NIC that is tested.
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Driver is detected and installed on real hardware. Afterwards I had to go to Device Manager, update the Ethernet Controller to that ibtel location, then as soon as the drivers list updated it installed. You need to use expand. Device was detected and ReactOS’s inbuilt driver is working well with the device.
ReactOS started freezing after the install. Installs with Windows x; but doesn’t connect fails to assign valid IP. DHCP works and I was able to ping computers on my network.
Rebooted and ran the install again.