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  1. Posts : 16,278
    W10Prox64
       #61

    Jordan333 said:
    Installed the drivers again after selecting remove option. Still no connection
    This doesn't make sense.
    We know the NIC and cable work, because the minute you get back to v1607, you get online.
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  2. Posts : 16,278
    W10Prox64
       #62

    Can you try the network troubleshooter now?
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  3. Posts : 34
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    Thread Starter
       #63

    Problems found

    There might be a problem with the driver for the Ethernet adapter

    Try these repairs as administrator

    Not fixed

    That's what happens when I run the troubleshooter
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  4. Posts : 16,278
    W10Prox64
       #64

    Have a look at this:

    Security update severe issues-image.png
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  5. Posts : 34
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    Thread Starter
       #65

    simrick said:
    Have a look at this:

    Security update severe issues-image.png
    Will do, not quite sure how to navigate to the shown section though. I've been their before but forget how.
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  6. Posts : 16,278
    W10Prox64
       #66

    Something else I found:

    Realtek PCIe FE Network Controller incompatible with 1703 Creators - Microsoft Community

    So I started over with a fresh install of 1607 and everything worked fine, including the network card. Attempting to perform an update to Creators Update it got to 30-some percent then failed with 0x0C1900101 error and rolled back to the previous version. The culprit? The Realtek network card.

    A web search quickly revealed the Realtek FE and GBE series network cards have a proud tradition of breaking Windows 10 version updates. The tradition continues!

    An older thread involving going from 1511 to 1607 suggested disabling the card in Device Manager would allow the upgrade to proceed. Just for fun tried it and the 1703 upgrade succeeded. It is just finishing up as I type this.

    I don't use the wired connection much (perhaps 10% of the time) but when I need it I can't live without it. So I am stuck between staying the 1607 update or updating to 1703 and losing the network card.

    Unless someone has a workaround to get this card working with Creators Update.

    Edit: Holy Crap! That actually worked. Disabling the network card in device manager prior to the upgrade resulted in the upgrade succeeding and a working network adapter after the update. Was using the latest Realtek supplied driver and choose to "keep nothing". Lost all my other drivers, but I can quickly reinstall them.
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  7. Posts : 34
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    Thread Starter
       #67

    Alright tried the first suggestion of hitting diagnose and following the Windows. Still displayed not fixed sadly.
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  8. Posts : 34
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    Thread Starter
       #68

    So to clarify I want to go to device manager,
    Highlight realtek PCIe and select disable device,
    Run the setup on the driver again, select remove and then let it install?
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  9. Posts : 16,278
    W10Prox64
       #69

    Alright tried the first suggestion of hitting diagnose and following the Windows. Still displayed not fixed sadly.
    Seems this NIC is a real problem with W10 Creators Update. (No extra NICs around anywhere to swap?) I think a new NIC would resolve the problem of getting online.

    But, it may be possible to try that trick (above):

    You'd have to revert back to v1607, and disable the NIC in Device Manager when the upgrade is ready to reboot.

    Lot of work.....

    You never did tell me what the situation is with your data and backups...
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  10. Posts : 34
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    Thread Starter
       #70

    simrick said:
    Seems this NIC is a real problem with W10 Creators Update. (No extra NICs around anywhere to swap?) I think a new NIC would resolve the problem of getting online.

    But, it may be possible to try that trick (above):

    You'd have to revert back to v1607, and disable the NIC in Device Manager when the upgrade is ready to reboot.

    Lot of work.....

    You never did tell me what the situation is with your data and backups...
    Sadly no I haven't any NIC's I could swap to. I suppose all that's left to try is reverting back and using that trick when it forces me to update or to do a clean install.

    Sorry slipped my mind in all the chaos ://
    Can't get a backup drive any time soon probably, maybe second week of February at the earliest.
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