|14 Sep 2009||#1|
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Driver issue with Gigabyte M912 (Solved)
Im an owner of the M912M netbook with Windows 7 RC 7100. I bought recently a external network adapter (Rokland N3) based on the Ralink RT2870 chipset and i have a problem connecting it to the netbook.
Installed the software+driver that came with it on CD and when connecting the adapter Windows says "Driver didn't install etc. etc.". Tried a Windows 7 driver which came from Ralink for this chipset and says same thing. Also Windows Update finds the driver but everytime it tries to install it it comes with a error (80070002, to delete all temp files of the WU, done that but same) and doesn't install it.
Same adapter installed and works fine on different laptops, Sony Vaio VGN-A497XP with same Windows 7 RC 7100, Acer 4630Z with Windows Vista so it shouldnt be a driver or OS problem but something specific to the M912.
Contacted Rokland and they guessed that it should e conflicting with the internal adapter so i removed it together with its driver but nothing..
If anyone have any ideas what it could be..
Thanks in advance
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