Realtek have now got a Windows 10 driver for most of their Ethernet chips.

May 6, 2015
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Download Realtek LAN Driver 10.003.0728.2015

I have just installed it on my main PC with a RealTek GBE chip and it installs and works just fine.

Realtek has made available its first Windows 10-compatible network driver, namely version 10.003.0728.2015, which includes support for both 32- and 64-bit architectures, and might also implement a few stability and performance improvements .

In addition to that, the producer has updated its other drivers as well: you can download the 106.013.0727.2015 package suitable for Windows Vista and Server 2008 OSes, as well as version 7.092.0727.2015 targeted at Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 platforms.

Moreover, Realtek has also provided an 8.038.0727.2015 archive supporting both architectures of Microsoft’s Windows 8, 8.1, and Server 2012 operating systems.

As for supported components, the present update is suitable for certain models of Realtek’s PCI Express Gigabit and Fast Ethernet adapters, as well as some of its PCI Gigabit Ethernet controllers.

When it comes to installation, first of all make sure your network component is supported (check the description page), save and unzip the appropriate package for your system configuration, and run the available setup file.

Afterwards, simply follow all instructions displayed for a complete and successful upgrade. Also, don’t forget to perform a system reboot in order to allow all changes to take effect properly.

That being said, from the links below, follow the one that best suits your computer’s OS, apply it on your device, and constantly check our website in order to stay “updated one minute ago.”

Download Realtek LAN Driver 10.003.0728.2015

Download Realtek LAN Driver 8.038.0727.2015

Download Realtek LAN Driver 7.092.0727.2015

Download Realtek LAN Driver 106.013.0727.2015



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