REALTEK RTL8192CE-VA4 DRIVER DOWNLOAD

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PumpkinL11 Replied on March 26, BTW, my actual download speeds didn’t seem to be suffering from the slows – but if I’m honest, I didn’t benchmark before and after the driver update. Same problem with me, but haven’t tried installing the drivers – looks like it doesn’t help anyway If you choose to do this make sure you have a copy of your old drivers somewhere on your computer so you can reinstall those if you have any issues. An update to say that moving from DHCP-loaded DNS to alternate fixed entries has, so far at least, got the internet connection working properly again.

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Joshua Filby Replied on August 3, This is compounded by an accompanying loss of responsiveness when clicking links, browser back button and so on. My web speed isn’t affected though.

In reply to PumpkinL11’s post on March 25, Recently found this thread while searching for answers as well, after uninstalling the drivers I had originally I installed what seems to be reaaltek newer version of the driver here, I checked RTLCE-VA4. I then loaded up the Windows 8 WLAN driver for that chipset and while the connection appears to hover between only bars, the connection is much faster once I reboot as shown: I wonder if this is something related to my problems – that the browsers, especially IE work fine when the machine is freshly booted but take longer and longer to get web pages or give up as time goes on.

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Thanks for the reply.

So thanks once more for your tip. I installed the Technical Preview on a self build system of mine which uses a Realtek RTLCE Wireless LAN chip by means of an expansion card, and was able to get online even during setup using the included drivers with what is reportedly full signal strength however it felt quite slow and this was confirmed by a speed test. In desperation, I attempted to update the Realtek driver but Win10 consistently insisted that the newest driver was installed.

In reply to kanga’s post on March 26, RadekRutkowski Replied on October 7, However in the time it took to navigate to the forums and write this out, it dropped back down again: In reply to kanga’s post on October 7, Well, installing the driver from the Realtek site solved the problem for now RadekRutkowski Replied on October 8, Those drivers seemed to fix my issue.

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rtl192ce-va4 You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I recommend this discussion This is pretty much the only issue I’ve had so far but it’s a big one Who knows raltek it hasn’t broken anything so I’ll ignore it. BTW, my actual download speeds didn’t seem to be suffering from the slows – but if I’m honest, I didn’t benchmark before and after the driver update.

There was a time there when it was so bad that selecting anything from Google search simply failed to load at all. After reading through some forum threads I noticed that the performance had dropped again so I decided to install the driver in Windows 8 mode, reboot and see what happens.

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Is this just related to updates reinstalling the original driver in the background? If you choose to do this make sure you have a copy of your old drivers somewhere on your computer so you can reinstall those if you have any issues.

PumpkinL11 Replied on March 26, Realtrk Replied on March 25, I think my slow connection days are long gone, especially with the latest build.

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Are there any other ideas or suggestions? In fact I felt confident enough to allow the update to again and no issues there except for a mystery drive showing up in my bootloader – possibly a restore partition created for rollback?

This site in other languages x. The problem is after a short while it drops down to that slower speed again, and I have to interrupt what I’m doing, install the new WLAN driver again, and restart the PC. Thanks in advance for the help!

Is it a bug?