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netbookdelgob

Realtek WLAN driver

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Hello guys, well modifying the .inf file the RTL8191SE worked with KernelEx on win 2000 sp4 compatibility mode.

 

I will attach the .inf working. Image of it: http://k32.kn3.net/0/3/7/8/E/8/12C.bmp

 

The device manager detects it with the inf and is working without problems. Anyway the driver is not loaded. the rtl8192se.sys needs some dependencies.

 

The win98se is a fresh install with autopatcher (07 version and 08)

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What file(s) did you set the compatibility mode on and what worked? If the driver didn't load, then it didn't work.... :huh:

 

The network adapter is not working, correct?

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I set the .sys  to WIN 2000 sp4 compatibility mode, i checked the .sys file with WDMSTUB and needs only one dependency. Also i checked it with importpatcher and again some dependencies.

 

No, its not working. Anyway the realtek wlan manager tries to load the driver, giving an error.

 

PD: It calls to hal.dll and ndis.dll. Im thinking its impossible.

 

Im attaching the .sys file

rtl8192se.zip

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