I’ve now also tried to remove the power from the computer as some have suggested for Realtek chips, without any luck: I tried reinstalling the drivers, and restarted a couple of times, still no luck. I’ll set as ‘solved’ when I get the motherboard and get it to work. Deprecated by ethtool 8. Deprecated by ethtool” part seems interesting. Strangely, the router still shows a green light, which flashes, indicating network traffic on the port.
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OK, I feel stupid now. I’m connected to a Linksys 5 port gig switch. With the blob r all was fine – now this.
Realtek driver for RTL8169/8110 and Windows 7 32bit
I’ve gkgabit the same issue running Mbps. I found a thread giving the link to the new drivers, 6. I’ve updated the drivers to newest 6. Sorry for wasting your time! It loads r, which has always worked. I get 1 Realtek 8110sc gigabit lan with a fresh system with my new motherboard. I installed the 6. I tried rdaltek the drivers, and restarted a couple of times, still no luck. So my problem was faulty hardware.
Have you updated the drivers to 6.
Realtek network drivers for RTL/ and Windows 7 32bit
My card wanted the 6. I also had to do some update so the machine loaded loaded the newest drivers everytime I reboot.
Now with the latest Ubuntu I have read something about virtualbox. Strangely, the router still shows a green light, which flashes, indicating network traffic on the port.
Realtek PCI Gigabit Ethernet 10//M Network Driver Driver – TechSpot
What can I do? Since then it has been restarted several times, and the gigabit speeds eventually returned. It’s pretty irritating gigabir Ubuntu breaks when it updates. Deprecated by ethtool 8.
Thanks for your reply. I’ve downloaded one from Realtek but it says that a kernel needs to be recompiled???
Local Loopback inet addr: Do your card work with 1 Gbps speed, or just Mbps? The system is Ubuntu Server I’ll set realtek 8110sc gigabit lan ‘solved’ when I get the motherboard and get it to work. How do you guys update the driver? Maybe it’s the virtual adapters causing it.
I’m having the exact same problem. It was the linux drivers who fooled me, my new drivers werent loaded at start.
Realtek driver for RTL8169/8110 and Windows XP 32bit
Realtek 8110sc gigabit lan had this running with the blob from Realtek. I’m running Ubuntu Server realtfk Any help out there on how to get the working driver to load properly? I’ve now also tried to remove the power from the computer as some have suggested for Realtek chips, without any luck: