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Topic # 242437 28-Oct-2018 18:18
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i tried  to down the latest drivers for network cards but get a error

 

the download link is sent by email when it click the link it goes to a capture page then it should download but i just get a error

 

tried chrome ie edge on different devices

 

and one have the same problem?


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  Reply # 2115547 28-Oct-2018 18:27
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Why are you getting an email with a download link? What happens if you just go directly to the files on the Realtek site itself? I just tried that now and there don't seem to be any issues.

 

Is the link you're clicking simply invalid?

 

 




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  Reply # 2115581 28-Oct-2018 19:51
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i go to http://www.realtek.com/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=13&PFid=5&Level=5&Conn=4&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false

 

click on global

 

a pop up says enter email and i download link will be sent

 

in the email it has the download link

 

i click on that and it to a page with a capture

 

i enter the capture and its ok and then it goes to https://realtekcdn.akamaized.net//rtdrivers/cn/nic/0030-Install_Win10_10031_10232018.zip

 

but the page says

 

An error occurred while processing your request.

 

Reference #199.aeff6dcb.1540709105.6a46b7e


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2115650 28-Oct-2018 21:37
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What an awful website, neither accessing it thru the website or direct link works.

 

 

Either the captcha authentication is broken or they probably forgot to pay the hosting bill.

 

 

Try the OEM/manufacturer website or Windows Update Catalog?



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  Reply # 2116540 29-Oct-2018 23:49
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tried realtek.com and realtek.com.tw today and still the same problems


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  Reply # 2116547 30-Oct-2018 00:53
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I successfully downloaded the driver for my network card a week ago. It took two download attempts but it did work although drilling down to the correct driver was really slow.


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