|30 Jan 2009||#1|
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Internal USB Network Adapter Persists
I want to install an external USB Belkin adapter, but Windows 7 keeps reinstalling the internal Realtek one, even though I uninstall the drivers for it in Device Manager.
The seperate issue I posted about, unsuccessful attempts at installing the Belkin "dongle," may be related to this issue of the system always detecting and reinstalling the Realtek (OEM) network adapter.
How do I get the system to stop detecting and reinstalling the internal USB Realtek network adaptor? After I solve that I may be able to install the Belkin.
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