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Old 01-13-2012, 12:42 PM   #1
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OS: windows vista 32bit sp 1



system is= windows vista 32bit with service pac 1

I got hacked a while back here are some problems I have found i need help with

1.in device manager,show hiddin devices, network adapter , cannot update the following =all wan miniport adapters , IP, IPv6, L2TP, network monitor, PPTP, SSTP.

2.windows defender error"ox800705b4" when iItry to open defender

3. I a found "problem devices" list (some how) it listed
name= "trusted platform module 1.2" ID= root\securitydevices\0000
MESSAGE= DEVICE CANNOT START

4. MICROSOFT UPDATE, I eventualy got working after a week BUT there are a few updates that will/not install

5. microsoft recommended download and install "service pack 2" It willnot allow it.

6. C:\Windows\System32 folder "drvstore" is blue the rest of the folders are black

7.under "software distribution there are two folders in blue, both named "AUTHCAB" one has this in it,,below

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-16" ?>
- <ProviderAuthorizationInfo xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/msus/2002/12/SUSProviderAuthorization">
<ServiceID>7971f918-a847-4430-9279-4a52d1efe18d</ServiceID>
<CabVersion>12</CabVersion>
<IssuedDate>2009-05-18T17:27:43.5251853-08:00</IssuedDate>
<ExpiryDate>2012-05-18T17:27:43.5251853-08:00</ExpiryDate>
<RedirectUrl>http://download.windowsupdate.com/v9/microsoftupdate/redir/muv4muredir.cab</RedirectUrl>
<RedirectUrl>http://download.microsoft.com/v9/microsoftupdate/redir/muv4muredir.cab</RedirectUrl>
<RedirectUrl>http://www.update.microsoft.com/v9/microsoftupdate/redir/muv4muredir.cab</RedirectUrl>
<OffersWindowsPatches>true</OffersWindowsPatches>
<UIPluginCLSID>3809920F-B9D4-42DA-92E0-E26265E0FB89</UIPluginCLSID>
<IsManaged>false</IsManaged>
<CanRegisterWithAU>true</CanRegisterWithAU>
<ServiceUrl>http://www.update.microsoft.com/microsoftupdate/</ServiceUrl>
<SetupPrefix>mu</SetupPrefix>
- <LocalizedProperties>
<Language>en</Language>
<Name>Microsoft Update</Name>
</LocalizedProperties>
</ProviderAuthorizationInfo>

THE OTHER HAS THE SAME INFO?

8.UNDER = C:\SwSetup\Drivers\Network\FAQ

================================ FAQ =============================

Q. Device management appears code 10 error if multiple 8169/8168/8101 cards installed.

A. Please re-install the driver to all Realtek network card to ensure all the driver
are identical.

Q. The driver can not install sucessfully after the network card drver selected

A. Try to use 'browse my compter ...' , ' let me pick ... ' , 'Have Disk' to install
the driver



9.UNDER= C:\SwSetup\Drivers\Network\FAQ

If manually install only choose the driver path, 8168C advance options could not appear.

This is because OS choose 8168B options for the 8168C device.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

If you want install manually without auto installer, please install by 'Have Disk' and then choose 8168C.

b. WIN + R and 'devmgmt.msc' to invoke 'Device Manager'
c. double click the corresponding network adapter
d. choose 'driver' property page
e. click 'update driver...'
f. click 'Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer...'
h. click 'Have Disk...'
g. choose 8168C , DO NOT choose 8168B
h. install the driver

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

After installation, please ensure the device name is '8168C' , not '8168B'.

The driver options are different between the two cards.


10.C:\SwSetup\Drivers\Network\FAQ

C:\SwSetup\Drivers\Network\FAQ------- Automatic driver installer could not roll back to inbox driver --------

Users may want run the automatic driver installer to remove the driver
but the driver does not roll-back to inbox driver successfully.

For users would like to use inbox, please accords the following procedure.

a. Use automatic driver installer to remove the program first.
b. WIN + R and 'devmgmt.msc' to invoke 'Device Manager'
c. double click the corresponding network adapter
d. choose 'driver' property page
e. click 'update driver...'
f. click 'Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer...'
g. choose one of 'Realtek ... (Microsoft)'
h. roll back to inbox driver now


PS. The automatic installer roll back to inbox driver after installer removed.

PS. DO NOT USE 'Uninstall' from device manager. Please use update driver instead


11.UNDER= C:\Windows\Debug\WIA

**************** Started trace for Module: [sti_ci.dll] in Executable [setup.exe] ProcessID: [940] at 2009/04/22 06:37:46:556 ****************
WIA: 940.944 0 0 0 [sti_ci.dll] ERROR: OnDIF_DESTROYPRIVATEDATA, Invalid argument.

**************** Started trace for Module: [sti_ci.dll] in Executable [setup.exe] ProcessID: [940] at 2001/01/01 00:32:21:564 ****************
WIA: 940.944 0 0 0 [sti_ci.dll] ERROR: OnDIF_DESTROYPRIVATEDATA, Invalid argument.

**************** Started trace for Module: [sti_ci.dll] in Executable [hdwwiz.exe] ProcessID: [1056] at 2012/01/07 23:29:02:586 ****************
WIA: 1056.2576 0 0 0 [sti_ci.dll] ERROR: OnDIF_DESTROYPRIVATEDATA, Invalid argument.

**************** Started trace for Module: [sti_ci.dll] in Executable [hdwwiz.exe] ProcessID: [4044] at 2012/01/07 23:36:00:959 ****************
WIA: 4044.2952 0 0 0 [sti_ci.dll] ERROR: OnDIF_DESTROYPRIVATEDATA, Invalid argument.

**************** Started trace for Module: [wiaservc.dll] in Executable [svchost.exe] ProcessID: [1484] at 2012/01/08 16:38:49:136 ****************
WIA: 1484.2576 17000833 0 0 [wiaservc.dll] ERROR: CEventNotifier::AddEventGUID, Returning failure hr = 0x80070005
WIA: 1484.2576 17000849 0 0 [wiaservc.dll] ERROR: CEventNotifier::AddEventGUID, Returning failure hr = 0x80070005
WIA: 1484.2576 17000880 0 0 [wiaservc.dll] ERROR: CEventNotifier::AddEventGUID, Trying to register application for a unknown global event
WIA: 1484.2576 17000880 0 0 [wiaservc.dll] ERROR: CEventNotifier::AddEventGUID, Returning failure hr = 0x80070057


12. NetWaiting Release notes
Version 2.5.52
1. Fixed installer detection issue.

Version 2.5.51
1. Fixed help links.

Version 2.5.50
1. Made specific requested changes to the PTB help file.

Version 2.5.49
1. Fixed the PTB help file

Version 2.5.48
1. Changed language system ID checking to accomidate vista MUI.

Version 2.5.47
1. Fixed uninstall in vista to shut down the NW program before the uninstall is completed to make sure all files are removed.

Version 2.5.46
1. Fixed the turkish help file

Version 2.5.45
1. Added Croatian and Romanian language support.

Version 2.5.44
1. Fixed multiple language issues

Version 2.5.43
1. Fixed issue in the confirguration if you change languages and select CHS, CHT, PTG, or PTB english will load.

Version 2.5.42
1. Fixed two language issues, german label issue and Japanese installer garbage text.
KNOW ISSUE - In the confirguration if you change languages and select CHS, CHT, PTG, or PTB english will load. This is not a problem on install.

Version 2.5.41
1. Made adjustments to the certification so it would no longer prompt the user.

Version 2.5.40
1. Added windows certification to the application.
2. Fixes the Hebrew and Arabic installs by eliminating the language dialog box at the beginging of the install.

Version 2.5.39
1. Changed to isntallshield version 12 to become mroe vista compliant.

Version 2.5.38
1. Changed install sheidl script and how it handles languages that are not supported.

Version 2.5.37
1. Added About.ini files to each of the language folders. The new system of not having to copy files assumed since there was no aboutn.ini file in the language folder that it was version 1.0

Version 2.5.36
1.MOHRC.dll was replace for Korean since it had some truncated text

Version 2.5.35
1. Fixed install sheild script to remove all files on uninstall
2. Changed language modification so it reads the files directly from the language folder rather then trying to copy them (vista wont allow this copy)
3. Translated the new line for "Display Icon in Tray Bar" with "Display icon in tray bar while NetWaiting is running"
4. Fixed Arabic/Hebrew Crash when attempting to use the language change in the settings menu.

version 2.5.34
1. Change "Do not run in traybar at start" to "Display icon in tray bar"
2. Also changes the IS script so if you select "Launch Netwaiting" at the end it enables launching netwaiting on startup

version 2.5.33
1. Fixed help icon in settings\language

version 2.5.32
1. Added code to compensate for the SDK not starting

Version 2.5.31
1. Fixed install shield issue that was prompting for a ctor.dll

Version 2.5.30
1. Removed help short cut from programs menu and added /show extension to the command line for the netwaiting icon in the programs group. Also if there is no location information implimented into tapi NW will now prompt the user for this information.

Version 2.5.28 (Install Shield)
1. Changed Text line for CHS uninstall

Version 2.5.27 (DllDef.inf)
1. Added support for conexants new dll naming scheme

Version 2.5.26 (Aboutn.dll for Hebrew)
1. Replaced the Hebrew Aboutn.dll to remove extra charecters

Version 2.5.25 (ModemMOH.dll)
1. Added MUI support. If a user logs in with diffrent language settings NW will detect it and change the language.

Version 2.5.24 (setup.inx)
1. Swapped the setup.inx file so they install would prompt if you wanted the application to launch

Version 2.5.23
1. Fixed russian tanslation issue in the isntaller.
2. Fixed cut off text in russian settings menu.

Version 2.5.22
1. Corrected Portugese Language.dat issue

Version 2.5.21
1. Corrected an issue with the language.dat file. The file was not covering all of the languages needed.

Version 2.5.20
1. Removed Accept all calls as an options, and changed Screen incoming calls to a radio button

Version 2.5.19
1. Changed 'Ignore all' and 'Accept All' to radio buttons
2. Removed the option in the install to run netwaiting, the program is now ran automaticaly.

version 2.5.18 (install Shield Script)
1. Japanese Help button issue fixe
2. Translated Icon in start Menu

version 2.5.16 (modemmoh.dll)
1. Fixed "Sceen all incoming calls" to make it a single option in the settings.

Version 2.5.15 (Mohrc.dll)
1. Fixed translation issues in JPN CHT and CHS

Version 2.5.14 (Install Shield)
1. Updated install shield with logic for over writing older versions.

Version 2.5.13 (03/01/04) (bvrpctln.dll)
1. Fixed crash when clicking spash screens link to v.92 website
2. Made install capable of over writing previous versions temp files
3. Updated v.92 website.

Version 2.5.12 (11/18/03) ( ModemMOH.dll)
1. Fixed caller id editor issue with 'P' and 'O'
2. Fixed CHS translations.

Version 2.5.11(09-11-03) (netwaiting.exe)
1. Added support for 1 soft modem and 1 hard modem to be used with application

Version 2.5.10 (09-02-03) (modemmoh.dll, netwaiting.exe BVRPdiag.dll, dlldef.ini)
1. Added Support to select from 2 modems to be used with application

Version 2.5.9 (08-19-03) (setup.inx)
1. Updated install shield file correcting problem associated with different behavior between XP/2K & ME/98 operating systems, no reboot at end of installation.

Version 2.5.8 (05-23-03)
1. Updated help files all languages.
2. Added custom.ini support to install shield with support of launch at windows startup.

Version 2.5.7 (4-11-03) (updated install shield, HP only release)
1. Made update that would allow NetWaiting to load at windows startup by default without running NetWaiting the first time.


Version 2.5.6 (03-28-03) (modemmoh.dll, netwaiting.exe BVRPdiag.dll)
1. Changed Netwaiting.ini to Netwait.ini.

Version 2.5.5 (03-06-03) (updated modemmoh.dll)
1. Correct RUS, NOR, DAN install translation string bugs.
2. Fixed HEB license file, bad characters.
3. Added netwaiting.ini file to all language folders for easy customization.
4. Added aboutn.ini file to all language folders for easy version number changes.
5. Added feature of MOH support on v.92 server after rate fallback.
6. Fixed on hold timer, specifically with Eclipse.
7. Changed v.90 support behavior. Disconnect with v.90 server support, ignore or disconnect on incoming call.
8. Increased amount of time subtracted from on hold timer to stablize reconnect.

Version 2.5.4 A (updated modemmoh.dll)
1. Fixed bug under 98SE, ME, and 2K so that NW will launch at windows startup when option selected.
2. Fixed address book bug under Japanese, junk characters.
3. Added feature to subtract time from on hold timer. Set to Dell standards.
4. Removed Advanced button.
6. changed how "do not show" option in splash screen works.
7. Changed help file name to meet Dell 8.3 standard.
8. Changed version number to include "A" representing generic build.

Version 2.14 (updated moh.exe)
1. New process of detecting v.92 or v.90 connection, to correct problem with Serial based external modem and option for outbound calling.
2. Added language support for Slovenia.

Version 2.5.3
1. Added v.90 server support.

Version 2.07
1. Added Logging feature
2. Correct caller ID representation of "O" and "P". "O" is now "Out of Area" and "P" is "Private".

Version 2.06
1. Updated Install Shield scripts to display user not admin if trying to uninstall as limited user
2. Localized Install Shield scripts.
3. Replaced Czech DLL to fix "?" characters.

Version 2.05
1. Updated Install Shield script to state 2.05
2. Updated About Box DLLs to fix "?" character in double byte languages.

Version 2.04
1. Updated Help and resource files for additional languages.
2. Fixed the Chinese about box displaying garbage characters.
3. Fixed Index pages in Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, German, Greek, Hebrew, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese & Sweden.
4. Verified Installing of 2.04 over 1.06 is complete.


Version 2.03
1. Added support for Handset Exclusion circuitry.
2. Added ACF Advanced Configuration screen.
3. Added variable in MOH.INI that enables or disables the Advanced ACF config screen.
4. Added Compaq Ring.wav file



Version 1.06b
1. Updated support for Arabic, Greek, Slovak, Turkish, Russian & Hungarian
2. Fixed Arabic Caller ID display issue
3. Moved the timer and status display in the main screen. This fixes some issues where the timer and status would have text cut off in some languages.
4. Fixed Arabic config screen to line up check boxes.
5. Fixed Japanese Configuration screen display issue.




13. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
- <StringTable>
<String ID="sysHealthSummary">Resouce Overview</String>
<String ID="SysHealthComponentHdr">Component</String>
<String ID="SysHealthUtilizationHdr">Utilization</String>
<String ID="SysHealthStatusHdr">Status</String>
<String ID="SysHealthDetailsHdr">Details</String>
<String ID="SysHealthCpuComponent">CPU</String>
<String ID="SysHealthDskComponent">Disk</String>
<String ID="SysHealthMemComponent">Memory</String>
<String ID="SysHealthNetComponent">Network</String>
<String ID="TopicPerfSummary">Performance</String>
</StringTable>



14. <?xml version="1.0" ?>
- <DataCollectorSet>
<Name>Wireless</Name>
<DisplayName>@%systemroot%\system32\wlanapi.dll,#271</DisplayName>
<Keyword>wireless</Keyword>
<Description>@%systemroot%\system32\wlanapi.dll,#272</Description>
<RootPath>%windir%\tracing</RootPath>
<Subdirectory>wireless</Subdirectory>
<SubdirectoryFormat>1</SubdirectoryFormat>
<Task>\Microsoft\Windows\Wireless\GatherWirelessInfo</Task>
<TaskArguments />
<TaskUserTextArguments />
<TaskSetWorkingDirectory>-1</TaskSetWorkingDirectory>
<TaskRunAsSelf>-1</TaskRunAsSelf>
<UserAccount>System</UserAccount>
<Security>D:(A;;FA;;;SY)(A;;FA;;;BA)(A;;FA;;;S-1-5-21-1411029045-1427091228-2459915340-500)(A;;FR;;;LU)</Security>
<SegmentMaxSize>10</SegmentMaxSize>
- <TraceDataCollector>
<ClockType>1</ClockType>
<Name>NWiFi</Name>
<FileName>traces\nwifi</FileName>
<SessionName>Native WiFi Filter Driver Tracing</SessionName>
<BufferSize>64</BufferSize>
<MaximumBuffers>200</MaximumBuffers>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
- <TraceDataProvider>
<DisplayName>NativeWiFiDriver</DisplayName>
<Guid>{d905ac1c-65e7-4242-99ea-fe66a8355df8}</Guid>
- <KeywordsAny>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x00000000</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</KeywordsAny>
- <Level>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</Level>
</TraceDataProvider>
</TraceDataCollector>
- <TraceDataCollector>
<ClockType>1</ClockType>
<Name>WLAN</Name>
<FileName>traces\wlan</FileName>
<SessionName>wlan tracing</SessionName>
<BufferSize>64</BufferSize>
<MaximumBuffers>200</MaximumBuffers>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
- <TraceDataProvider>
<DisplayName>NativeWiFiMSM</DisplayName>
<Guid>{d905ac1d-65e7-4242-99ea-fe66a8355df8}</Guid>
- <KeywordsAny>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x7fffffff</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</KeywordsAny>
- <Level>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>3</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</Level>
</TraceDataProvider>
- <TraceDataProvider>
<DisplayName>Service</DisplayName>
<Guid>{0C5A3172-2248-44FD-B9A6-8389CB1DC56A}</Guid>
- <KeywordsAny>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x7fffffff</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</KeywordsAny>
- <Level>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>3</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</Level>
</TraceDataProvider>
- <TraceDataProvider>
<DisplayName>WDiagCore</DisplayName>
<Guid>{637a0f36-dff5-4b2f-83dd-b106c1c725e2}</Guid>
- <KeywordsAny>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x7fffffff</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</KeywordsAny>
- <Level>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>3</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</Level>
</TraceDataProvider>
- <TraceDataProvider>
<DisplayName>WlanUtil</DisplayName>
<Guid>{ED092A80-0125-4403-92AC-4C06632420F8}</Guid>
- <KeywordsAny>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x7fffffff</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</KeywordsAny>
- <Level>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>3</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</Level>
</TraceDataProvider>
- <TraceDataProvider>
<DisplayName>wlanMigration</DisplayName>
<Guid>{1F6C35EE-9294-4721-9413-FB3394247DAC}</Guid>
- <KeywordsAny>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x7fffffff</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</KeywordsAny>
- <Level>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>3</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</Level>
</TraceDataProvider>
</TraceDataCollector>
- <TraceDataCollector>
<ClockType>1</ClockType>
<Name>onex</Name>
<FileName>traces\onex</FileName>
<SessionName>onex tracing</SessionName>
<BufferSize>64</BufferSize>
<MaximumBuffers>200</MaximumBuffers>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
- <TraceDataProvider>
<DisplayName>OneX</DisplayName>
<Guid>{7076bf7a-db99-4a63-8afe-0bb2ab92997a}</Guid>
<FileName>traces\onex</FileName>
- <KeywordsAny>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x7ffff3ff</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</KeywordsAny>
- <Level>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x5</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</Level>
</TraceDataProvider>
</TraceDataCollector>
- <TraceDataCollector>
<ClockType>1</ClockType>
<Name>msmsec</Name>
<FileName>traces\msmsec</FileName>
<SessionName>msmsec tracing</SessionName>
<BufferSize>64</BufferSize>
<MaximumBuffers>200</MaximumBuffers>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
- <TraceDataProvider>
<DisplayName>MsmSec</DisplayName>
<Guid>{20644520-D1C2-4024-B6F6-311F99AA51ED}</Guid>
- <KeywordsAny>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x7ffff87f</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</KeywordsAny>
- <Level>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>3</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</Level>
</TraceDataProvider>
</TraceDataCollector>
- <TraceDataCollector>
<ClockType>1</ClockType>
<Name>L2NACP</Name>
<FileName>traces\l2nacp</FileName>
<SessionName>L2NA tracing</SessionName>
<BufferSize>64</BufferSize>
<MaximumBuffers>200</MaximumBuffers>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
- <TraceDataProvider>
<DisplayName>L2NACP</DisplayName>
<Guid>{2cf38663-f760-46ac-aafa-2dde7f9db417}</Guid>
- <KeywordsAny>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x7fffffff</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</KeywordsAny>
- <Level>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>5</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</Level>
</TraceDataProvider>
</TraceDataCollector>
- <TraceDataCollector>
<ClockType>1</ClockType>
<Name>Extensibility</Name>
<FileName>traces\ext</FileName>
<SessionName>Extensibility tracing</SessionName>
<BufferSize>64</BufferSize>
<MaximumBuffers>200</MaximumBuffers>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
- <TraceDataProvider>
<DisplayName>Extensibility</DisplayName>
<Guid>{E2EB5B52-08B1-4391-B670-F58317376247}</Guid>
- <KeywordsAny>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x7fffffff</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</KeywordsAny>
- <Level>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>3</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</Level>
</TraceDataProvider>
</TraceDataCollector>
- <TraceDataCollector>
<ClockType>1</ClockType>
<Name>WirelessGP</Name>
<FileName>traces\wlangp</FileName>
<SessionName>Wireless GP tracing</SessionName>
<BufferSize>64</BufferSize>
<MaximumBuffers>200</MaximumBuffers>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
- <TraceDataProvider>
<DisplayName>WlanGPUI</DisplayName>
<Guid>{36dff693-c097-438b-b3ca-62e80d15d227}</Guid>
- <KeywordsAny>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x7fffffff</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</KeywordsAny>
- <Level>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>5</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</Level>
</TraceDataProvider>
- <TraceDataProvider>
<DisplayName>WLanSettings</DisplayName>
<Guid>{CBE56FBB-D6CB-4c6d-BCA5-1385426707A3}</Guid>
- <KeywordsAny>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x7fffffff</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</KeywordsAny>
- <Level>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>5</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</Level>
</TraceDataProvider>
- <TraceDataProvider>
<DisplayName>WLanGPClient</DisplayName>
<Guid>{8A3CF0B5-E0BC-450b-AE4B-61728FFA1D58}</Guid>
- <KeywordsAny>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x7fffffff</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</KeywordsAny>
- <Level>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>5</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</Level>
</TraceDataProvider>
</TraceDataCollector>
- <TraceDataCollector>
<ClockType>1</ClockType>
<Name>DiagnosticsHelperClass</Name>
<FileName>traces\diaghc</FileName>
<SessionName>Diagnostics helper class tracing</SessionName>
<BufferSize>64</BufferSize>
<MaximumBuffers>200</MaximumBuffers>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
- <TraceDataProvider>
<DisplayName>wlanHC</DisplayName>
<Guid>{6DA4DDCA-0901-4BAE-9AD4-7E6030BAB531}</Guid>
- <KeywordsAny>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x7fffffff</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</KeywordsAny>
- <Level>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>4</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</Level>
</TraceDataProvider>
- <TraceDataProvider>
<DisplayName>l2secHC</DisplayName>
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<Name>mobility</Name>
<FileName>traces\mob</FileName>
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<DisplayName>Adhoc</DisplayName>
<Guid>{58e75f6b-24ee-4e59-8772-6c9a543e6cc5}</Guid>
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</TraceDataProvider>
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</TraceDataProvider>
- <TraceDataProvider>
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- <KeywordsAny>
- <ValueMapItem>
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</KeywordsAny>
- <Level>
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<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
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</TraceDataProvider>
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</TraceDataProvider>
</TraceDataCollector>
- <TraceDataCollector>
<ClockType>1</ClockType>
<Name>Eaphost</Name>
<FileName>traces\eaphost</FileName>
<SessionName>eaphost tracing</SessionName>
<BufferSize>64</BufferSize>
<MaximumBuffers>200</MaximumBuffers>
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<DisplayName>Eaphost</DisplayName>
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- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0xffffffff</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</KeywordsAny>
- <Level>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>9</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</Level>
</TraceDataProvider>
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<DisplayName>ECP</DisplayName>
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- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0xffffffff</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</KeywordsAny>
- <Level>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>9</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</Level>
</TraceDataProvider>
</TraceDataCollector>
- <ConfigurationDataCollector>
<DataCollectorType>2</DataCollectorType>
<Name>SSOInfo</Name>
<FileName>config\SSOInfo</FileName>
<FileNameFormat>0</FileNameFormat>
<FileNameFormatPattern />
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LatestOutputLocation />
<QueryNetworkAdapters>0</QueryNetworkAdapters>
<FileMaxCount>0</FileMaxCount>
<FileMaxTotalSize>0</FileMaxTotalSize>
<FileMaxRecursiveDepth>0</FileMaxRecursiveDepth>
<SystemStateFile />
</ConfigurationDataCollector>
- <ConfigurationDataCollector>
<DataCollectorType>2</DataCollectorType>
<Name>GPInfo</Name>
<FileName>config\GPInfo</FileName>
<FileNameFormat>0</FileNameFormat>
<FileNameFormatPattern />
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LatestOutputLocation />
<QueryNetworkAdapters>0</QueryNetworkAdapters>
<File>%windir%\Wlansvc\policies\\</File>
<FileMaxCount>0</FileMaxCount>
<FileMaxTotalSize>0</FileMaxTotalSize>
<FileMaxRecursiveDepth>0</FileMaxRecursiveDepth>
<SystemStateFile />
</ConfigurationDataCollector>
- <ConfigurationDataCollector>
<DataCollectorType>2</DataCollectorType>
<Name>ConfigData</Name>
<FileName>config\ConfigData</FileName>
<FileNameFormat>0</FileNameFormat>
<FileNameFormatPattern />
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LatestOutputLocation />
<QueryNetworkAdapters>0</QueryNetworkAdapters>
<File>%SystemDrive%\ProgramData\Microsoft\Wlansvc\\</File>
<FileMaxCount>0</FileMaxCount>
<FileMaxTotalSize>0</FileMaxTotalSize>
<FileMaxRecursiveDepth>0</FileMaxRecursiveDepth>
<SystemStateFile />
</ConfigurationDataCollector>
- <TraceDataCollector>
<ClockType>1</ClockType>
<Name>WirelessEventLog</Name>
<FileName>WirelessAutocfgEventLog</FileName>
<SessionName>autocfg eventlog tracing</SessionName>
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<MaximumBuffers>0</MaximumBuffers>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
- <TraceDataProvider>
<DisplayName>Microsoft-Windows-WLAN-AutoConfig</DisplayName>
- <KeywordsAny>
<Value>0xc000000000000000</Value>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Key>Microsoft-Windows-WLAN-AutoConfig/Operational</Key>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x8000000000000000</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Key>System</Key>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x4000000000000000</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</KeywordsAny>
- <Level>
<Value>0x5</Value>
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<Key>win:Error</Key>
<Enabled>0</Enabled>
<Value>0x2</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Key>win:Warning</Key>
<Enabled>0</Enabled>
<Value>0x3</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Key>win:Informational</Key>
<Enabled>0</Enabled>
<Value>0x4</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</Level>
- <Properties>
<Value>3</Value>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Key>sid</Key>
<Description>Security Identifier</Description>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>1</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Key>sessionid</Key>
<Description>Session Identifier</Description>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>2</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</Properties>
<Guid>{9580D7DD-0379-4658-9870-D5BE7D52D6DE}</Guid>
</TraceDataProvider>
</TraceDataCollector>
- <TraceDataCollector>
<ClockType>1</ClockType>
<Name>DiagnosticsEventLog</Name>
<FileName>diagnosticsEventLog</FileName>
<SessionName>diagnostics eventlog tracing</SessionName>
<BufferSize>64</BufferSize>
<MaximumBuffers>0</MaximumBuffers>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
- <TraceDataProvider>
<DisplayName>Microsoft-Windows-Diagnostics-Networking</DisplayName>
- <KeywordsAny>
<Value>0xe000000000000003</Value>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Key>ndf:NDFCoreEvents</Key>
<Description />
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x1</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Key>ndf:NDFHelperClassEvents</Key>
<Description />
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x2</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Key>Microsoft-Windows-Diagnostics-Networking/Operational</Key>
<Description />
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x8000000000000000</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Key>System</Key>
<Description />
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x4000000000000000</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Key>Microsoft-Windows-Diagnostics-Networking/Debug</Key>
<Description />
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x2000000000000000</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</KeywordsAny>
- <Level>
<Value>4</Value>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Key>win:Error</Key>
<Description>Error</Description>
<Enabled>0</Enabled>
<Value>0x2</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Key>win:Informational</Key>
<Description>Information</Description>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>0x4</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Key />
<Description />
<Enabled>0</Enabled>
<Value>0x0</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</Level>
- <Properties>
<Value>3</Value>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Key>sid</Key>
<Description>Security Identifier</Description>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>1</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Key>sessionid</Key>
<Description>Session Identifier</Description>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<Value>2</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Key>sid</Key>
<Description>Security Identifier</Description>
<Enabled>0</Enabled>
<Value>0x1</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
- <ValueMapItem>
<Key>sessionid</Key>
<Description>Session Identifier</Description>
<Enabled>0</Enabled>
<Value>0x2</Value>
</ValueMapItem>
</Properties>
<Guid>{36C23E18-0E66-11D9-BBEB-505054503030}</Guid>
</TraceDataProvider>
</TraceDataCollector>
- <ConfigurationDataCollector>
<Name>Operating System</Name>
<FileName>temp\Operating System</FileName>
<FileNameFormat>1</FileNameFormat>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2:SELECT Caption, Version, BuildNumber, BuildType FROM Win32_OperatingSystem</ManagementQuery>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2:SELECT Manufacturer, Model, UserName FROM Win32_ComputerSystem</ManagementQuery>
<ManagementQuery>root\wmi:SELECT PowerOnline FROM BatteryStatus</ManagementQuery>
</ConfigurationDataCollector>
- <ConfigurationDataCollector>
<Name>System Services</Name>
<FileName>temp\System Services</FileName>
<FileNameFormat>1</FileNameFormat>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2:SELECT __Relpath, Name, Caption, Description, DisplayName, PathName, Started, ExitCode, State, ServiceSpecificExitCode FROM Win32_Service</ManagementQuery>
</ConfigurationDataCollector>
- <PerformanceCounterDataCollector>
<Name>Performance Counter</Name>
<FileName>temp\Performance Counter</FileName>
<FileNameFormat>1</FileNameFormat>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
<SampleInterval>1</SampleInterval>
<Counter>\Network Interface(*)\*</Counter>
<Counter>\UDPv4\*</Counter>
<Counter>\TCPv4\*</Counter>
<Counter>\IPv4\*</Counter>
<Counter>\UDPV6\*</Counter>
<Counter>\TCPv6\*</Counter>
<Counter>\IPv6\*</Counter>
</PerformanceCounterDataCollector>
- <ConfigurationDataCollector>
<Name>NetworkAdapters</Name>
<FileName>temp\NetworkAdapters</FileName>
<FileNameFormat>1</FileNameFormat>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
<QueryNetworkAdapters>-1</QueryNetworkAdapters>
</ConfigurationDataCollector>
- <ConfigurationDataCollector>
<DataCollectorType>2</DataCollectorType>
<Name>FileVersions</Name>
<FileName>temp\fileversions.wireless</FileName>
<FileNameFormat>1</FileNameFormat>
<LogAppend>0</LogAppend>
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LatestOutputLocation />
<QueryNetworkAdapters>0</QueryNetworkAdapters>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2: SELECT Name, Version from CIM_Datafile Where Path = '\\windows\\system32\\' AND FileName = 'onex'</ManagementQuery>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2: SELECT Name, Version from CIM_Datafile Where Path = '\\windows\\system32\\' AND FileName = 'l2nacp'</ManagementQuery>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2: SELECT Name, Version from CIM_Datafile Where Path = '\\windows\\system32\\' AND FileName = 'wlanapi'</ManagementQuery>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2: SELECT Name, Version from CIM_Datafile Where Path = '\\windows\\system32\\' AND FileName = 'wlancfg'</ManagementQuery>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2: SELECT Name, Version from CIM_Datafile Where Path = '\\windows\\system32\\' AND FileName = 'wlanconn'</ManagementQuery>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2: SELECT Name, Version from CIM_Datafile Where Path = '\\windows\\system32\\' AND FileName = 'wlandlg'</ManagementQuery>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2: SELECT Name, Version from CIM_Datafile Where Path = '\\windows\\system32\\' AND FileName = 'wlanext'</ManagementQuery>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2: SELECT Name, Version from CIM_Datafile Where Path = '\\windows\\system32\\' AND FileName = 'wlangpui'</ManagementQuery>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2: SELECT Name, Version from CIM_Datafile Where Path = '\\windows\\system32\\' AND FileName = 'wlanhc'</ManagementQuery>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2: SELECT Name, Version from CIM_Datafile Where Path = '\\windows\\system32\\' AND FileName = 'wlanhlp'</ManagementQuery>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2: SELECT Name, Version from CIM_Datafile Where Path = '\\windows\\system32\\' AND FileName = 'wlaninst'</ManagementQuery>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2: SELECT Name, Version from CIM_Datafile Where Path = '\\windows\\system32\\' AND FileName = 'wlanmm'</ManagementQuery>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2: SELECT Name, Version from CIM_Datafile Where Path = '\\windows\\system32\\' AND FileName = 'wlanmmhc'</ManagementQuery>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2: SELECT Name, Version from CIM_Datafile Where Path = '\\windows\\system32\\' AND FileName = 'wlanmsm'</ManagementQuery>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2: SELECT Name, Version from CIM_Datafile Where Path = '\\windows\\system32\\' AND FileName = 'wlanpref'</ManagementQuery>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2: SELECT Name, Version from CIM_Datafile Where Path = '\\windows\\system32\\' AND FileName = 'wlansec'</ManagementQuery>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2: SELECT Name, Version from CIM_Datafile Where Path = '\\windows\\system32\\' AND FileName = 'wlansvc'</ManagementQuery>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2: SELECT Name, Version from CIM_Datafile Where Path = '\\windows\\system32\\' AND FileName = 'wlanui'</ManagementQuery>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2: SELECT Name, Version from CIM_Datafile Where Path = '\\windows\\system32\\' AND FileName = 'wlgpclnt'</ManagementQuery>
<FileMaxCount>0</FileMaxCount>
<FileMaxTotalSize>0</FileMaxTotalSize>
<FileMaxRecursiveDepth>0</FileMaxRecursiveDepth>
<RegistryMaxRecursiveDepth>0</RegistryMaxRecursiveDepth>
<SystemStateFile />
</ConfigurationDataCollector>
- <ConfigurationDataCollector>
<DataCollectorType>2</DataCollectorType>
<Name>AdapterInfo</Name>
<FileName>temp\adapterInfo.wireless</FileName>
<FileNameFormat>1</FileNameFormat>
<FileNameFormatPattern />
<LogAppend>0</LogAppend>
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LatestOutputLocation />
<QueryNetworkAdapters>0</QueryNetworkAdapters>
<ManagementQuery>root\wmi:SELECT * FROM MSNdis_EnumerateAdapter</ManagementQuery>
<FileMaxCount>0</FileMaxCount>
<FileMaxTotalSize>0</FileMaxTotalSize>
<FileMaxRecursiveDepth>0</FileMaxRecursiveDepth>
<RegistryMaxRecursiveDepth>0</RegistryMaxRecursiveDepth>
<SystemStateFile />
</ConfigurationDataCollector>
- <ConfigurationDataCollector>
<DataCollectorType>2</DataCollectorType>
<Name>WLan Extension Processes</Name>
<FileName>temp\wlanextProcesses.wireless</FileName>
<FileNameFormat>1</FileNameFormat>
<FileNameFormatPattern />
<LogAppend>0</LogAppend>
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LatestOutputLocation />
<QueryNetworkAdapters>0</QueryNetworkAdapters>
<ManagementQuery>root\cimv2:SELECT * FROM Win32_Process WHERE Name LIKE 'wlanext.exe%'</ManagementQuery>
<FileMaxCount>0</FileMaxCount>
<FileMaxTotalSize>0</FileMaxTotalSize>
<FileMaxRecursiveDepth>0</FileMaxRecursiveDepth>
<RegistryMaxRecursiveDepth>0</RegistryMaxRecursiveDepth>
<SystemStateFile />
</ConfigurationDataCollector>
- <ConfigurationDataCollector>
<DataCollectorType>2</DataCollectorType>
<Name>GPInfo2</Name>
<FileName>temp\GPInfo.wireless</FileName>
<FileNameFormat>1</FileNameFormat>
<FileNameFormatPattern />
<LogAppend>0</LogAppend>
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LatestOutputLocation />
<QueryNetworkAdapters>0</QueryNetworkAdapters>
<RegistryKey>HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Wireless\GPTWirelessPolicy\\</RegistryKey>
<File>%windir%\Wlansvc\policies\\</File>
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<FileMaxTotalSize>0</FileMaxTotalSize>
<FileMaxRecursiveDepth>0</FileMaxRecursiveDepth>
<RegistryMaxRecursiveDepth>0</RegistryMaxRecursiveDepth>
<SystemStateFile />
</ConfigurationDataCollector>
- <ConfigurationDataCollector>
<DataCollectorType>2</DataCollectorType>
<Name>ConfigData2</Name>
<FileName>temp\ConfigData.wireless</FileName>
<FileNameFormat>1</FileNameFormat>
<FileNameFormatPattern />
<LogAppend>0</LogAppend>
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LatestOutputLocation />
<QueryNetworkAdapters>0</QueryNetworkAdapters>
<File>%SystemDrive%\ProgramData\Microsoft\Wlansvc\\</File>
<FileMaxCount>0</FileMaxCount>
<FileMaxTotalSize>0</FileMaxTotalSize>
<FileMaxRecursiveDepth>0</FileMaxRecursiveDepth>
<RegistryMaxRecursiveDepth>0</RegistryMaxRecursiveDepth>
<SystemStateFile />
</ConfigurationDataCollector>
- <ConfigurationDataCollector>
<DataCollectorType>2</DataCollectorType>
<Name>RegAdapterInfo</Name>
<FileName>temp\regAdapterInfo.wireless</FileName>
<FileNameFormat>1</FileNameFormat>
<FileNameFormatPattern />
<LogAppend>0</LogAppend>
<LogCircular>-1</LogCircular>
<LogOverwrite>-1</LogOverwrite>
<LatestOutputLocation />
<QueryNetworkAdapters>0</QueryNetworkAdapters>
<RegistryKey>HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\\</RegistryKey>
<FileMaxCount>0</FileMaxCount>
<FileMaxTotalSize>0</FileMaxTotalSize>
<FileMaxRecursiveDepth>0</FileMaxRecursiveDepth>
<RegistryMaxRecursiveDepth>0</RegistryMaxRecursiveDepth>
<SystemStateFile />
</ConfigurationDataCollector>
- <DataManager>
<Enabled>-1</Enabled>
<CheckBeforeRunning>-1</CheckBeforeRunning>
<MinFreeDisk>200</MinFreeDisk>
<MaxSize>1024</MaxSize>
<MaxFolderCount>100</MaxFolderCount>
<ResourcePolicy>0</ResourcePolicy>
- <FolderAction>
<Size>0</Size>
<Age>0</Age>
<Actions>8</Actions>
<SendCabTo />
</FolderAction>
- <FolderAction>
<Size>0</Size>
<Age>0</Age>
<Actions>1</Actions>
<SendCabTo />
</FolderAction>
<ReportFileName>report.html</ReportFileName>
- <ReportSchema>
- <Report name="wlanAdvisor" version="1" threshold="9999">
<Import file="%systemroot%\pla\reports\Report.System.Common.xml" />
<Import file="%systemroot%\pla\reports\Report.System.CPU.xml" />
<Import file="%systemroot%\pla\reports\Report.System.Wireless.xml" />
<Import file="%systemroot%\pla\reports\Report.System.NetDiagFramework.xml" />
<Import file="%systemroot%\pla\reports\Report.System.Summary.xml" />
</Report>
</ReportSchema>
- <Rules>
<Import file="%systemroot%\pla\rules\Rules.System.Common.xml" />
<Import file="%systemroot%\pla\rules\Rules.System.CPU.xml" />
<Import file="%systemroot%\pla\rules\Rules.System.Wireless.xml" />
<Import file="%systemroot%\pla\rules\Rules.System.NetDiagFramework.xml" />
<Import file="%systemroot%\pla\rules\Rules.System.Summary.xml" />
<Import file="%systemroot%\pla\rules\Rules.System.Finale.xml" />
</Rules>
</DataManager>
</DataCollectorSet>




15. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
- <StringTable>
<String ID="sysHealthSummary">Resouce Overview</String>
<String ID="SysHealthComponentHdr">Component</String>
<String ID="SysHealthUtilizationHdr">Utilization</String>
<String ID="SysHealthStatusHdr">Status</String>
<String ID="SysHealthDetailsHdr">Details</String>
<String ID="SysHealthCpuComponent">CPU</String>
<String ID="SysHealthDskComponent">Disk</String>
<String ID="SysHealthMemComponent">Memory</String>
<String ID="SysHealthNetComponent">Network</String>
<String ID="TopicPerfSummary">Performance</String>
</StringTable>


16.================================ FAQ =============================

Q. Device management appears code 10 error if multiple 8169/8168/8101 cards installed.

A. Please re-install the driver to all Realtek network card to ensure all the driver
are identical.

Q. The driver can not install sucessfully after the network card drver selected

A. Try to use 'browse my compter ...' , ' let me pick ... ' , 'Have Disk' to install
the driver




17.>>> 1/01/2001 00:40:52:843
[Installer]
Installer Version: 1.1.10.0
Date Compiled = Fri Apr 11 10:51:31 2008
Commandline = -s
[Resources]
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\ara\HDMIara.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\chs\HDMIchs.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\cht\HDMIcht.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\csy\HDMIcsy.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\dan\HDMIdan.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\deu\HDMIdeu.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\ell\HDMIell.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\ENU\HDMIenu.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\esp\HDMIesp.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\fin\HDMIfin.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\fra\HDMIfra.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\heb\HDMIheb.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\hun\HDMIhun.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\ita\HDMIita.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\jpn\HDMIjpn.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\kor\HDMIkor.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\nld\HDMInld.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\nor\HDMInor.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\plk\HDMIplk.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\ptb\HDMIptb.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\ptg\HDMIptg.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\rus\HDMIrus.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\SKY\HDMISKY.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\SLV\HDMISLV.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\sve\HDMIsve.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\tha\HDMItha.dll
Found DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\trk\HDMItrk.dll
Selected DLL = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\ENU\HDMIenu.dll
[EnumDev]
[GetDrivers]
[Find INFs]
Found INF = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Graphics\igdlh.inf
Found INF = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\HDMI\IntcHdmi.inf
[Parse INFs]
{INF Info}
Current INF = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Graphics\igdlh.inf
Date = 07/07/2008
Version = 7.15.10.1518
ClassGUID = {4D36E968-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}
PackageInfo.Name = Graphics
PackageInfo.Sequence = 0
PackageInfo.INFSource = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Graphics
Manufacturer = Intel.Mfg
Resolved Manufacturer = Intel.Mfg
Description: Mobile Intel(R) 4 Series Express Chipset Family
HardwareID = PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2A42
Description: Mobile Intel(R) 4 Series Express Chipset Family
HardwareID = PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2A43
Description: Intel(R) 4 Series Internal Chipset
HardwareID = PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2E02
Description: Intel(R) 4 Series Internal Chipset
HardwareID = PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2E03
Description: Intel(R) Q45/Q43 Express Chipset
HardwareID = PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2E12
Description: Intel(R) Q45/Q43 Express Chipset
HardwareID = PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2E13
Description: Intel(R) G45/G43 Express Chipset
HardwareID = PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2E22
Description: Intel(R) G45/G43 Express Chipset
HardwareID = PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2E23
Description: Intel(R) G41 Express Chipset
HardwareID = PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2E32
Description: Intel(R) G41 Express Chipset
HardwareID = PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2E33
Matched HardwareID = PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2A42
Installed Driver = {4d36e968-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}\0000
!!! ERROR 0x2: Error querying registry key
Matched HardwareID = PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2A43
{INF Info}
Current INF = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\HDMI\IntcHdmi.inf
Date = 06/30/2008
Version = 6.10.00.2060
ClassGUID = {4d36e96c-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}
PackageInfo.Name =
PackageInfo.Sequence = 0
PackageInfo.INFSource =
Manufacturer = Intel,NT.5.1,NTx86.6.0
Resolved Manufacturer = Intel.NTx86.6.0
Description: Intel(R) High Definition Audio HDMI
HardwareID = HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&CTLR_VEN_8086&VEN_1095&DEV_1390
Description: Intel(R) High Definition Audio HDMI
HardwareID = HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&CTLR_VEN_8086&VEN_1095&DEV_1392
Description: Intel(R) High Definition Audio HDMI
HardwareID = HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&CTLR_VEN_8086&VEN_17E8&DEV_0047
Description: Intel(R) High Definition Audio HDMI
HardwareID = HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_8086&DEV_2802&SUBSYS_80860101
Description: Intel(R) High Definition Audio HDMI
HardwareID = HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_8086&DEV_2803&SUBSYS_80860101
Description: Intel(R) High Definition Audio HDMI
HardwareID = HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_8086&DEV_2803
Matched HardwareID = HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_8086&DEV_2802&SUBSYS_80860101
Installed Driver = {4d36e96c-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}\0007
[Manditory Filters]
[Filter Active]
[Filter 4ID]
[PreChecks]
Windows Version = WINVSTA
New version = 7.15.10.1518
Old version = 6.0.6001.18000
New version = 7.15.10.1518
Old version =
New version = 6.10.00.2060
Old version = 6.0.6000.16386
[Dialogs]
Mode = Silent
[Cleanup Previous]
Using RegDeleteKeyEx
[InstallApp]
Opened IIF2.ini
[Filter INI Conditions]
Skipped INI element = copy file
Skip Condition = IsWoW
Skipped INI element = copy file
Skip Condition = IsWoW
[CopyDir]
[CopyFiles]
New Uninstall Key = copyfile0
Copy File Source = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\setup.exe
Copy File Destination = C:\Windows\system32\igxpun.exe
Silent mode. Skipping dialogs.
Copy File Source = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\difxapi.dll
Copy File Destination = C:\Windows\system32\difxapi.dll
Silent mode. Skipping dialogs.
New Uninstall Key = copyfile1
Copy File Source = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Lang\HDMI\ENU\HDMIENU.dll
Copy File Destination = C:\Windows\system32\Lang\HDMI\ENU\HDMIENU.dll
Silent mode. Skipping dialogs.
New Uninstall Key = copyfile2
Copy File (uninstallonly) = C:\Windows\system32\igfxsrvc.exe
New Uninstall Key = copyfile3
Copy File (uninstallonly) = C:\Windows\system32\igfxtray.exe
[Registry]
New Uninstall Key = registry0
Created Key (uninstallonly)= HKLM\SOFTWARE\Intel\Display\=,
New Uninstall Key = registry1
Create SZ Key = HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Windows\SystemDirectory=C:\Windows\system32,sz
Silent mode. Skipping dialogs.
New Uninstall Key = registry2
Create SZ Key = HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\ialm\Device0\SystemDirectory=C:\Windows\system32,sz
Silent mode. Skipping dialogs.
New Uninstall Key = registry3
Create SZ Key = HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\ialm\Device1\SystemDirectory=C:\Windows\system32,sz
Silent mode. Skipping dialogs.
New Uninstall Key = registry4
Create SZ Key = HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\HDMI\DisplayName=Intel(R) Graphics Media Accelerator Driver,sz
Silent mode. Skipping dialogs.
New Uninstall Key = registry5
Create SZ Key = HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\HDMI\UninstallString=C:\Windows\system32\igxpun.exe -uninstall,sz
Silent mode. Skipping dialogs.
New Uninstall Key = registry6
Create SZ Key = HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\HDMI\DisplayIcon=C:\Windows\system32\igxpun.exe,0,sz
Silent mode. Skipping dialogs.
New Uninstall Key = registry7
Create SZ Key = HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\HDMI\Publisher=Intel Corporation,sz
Silent mode. Skipping dialogs.
New Uninstall Key = registry8
Create DWORD Key = HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\HDMI\EstimatedSize=39000000,dw
Silent mode. Skipping dialogs.
New Uninstall Key = registry9
Create SZ Key = HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\HDMI\InstallLocation=C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel Quick Resume Technology,sz
Silent mode. Skipping dialogs.
New Uninstall Key = registry10
Create DWORD Key = HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\HDMI\NoModify=1,dw
Silent mode. Skipping dialogs.
New Uninstall Key = registry11
Create DWORD Key = HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\HDMI\NoRepair=1,dw
Silent mode. Skipping dialogs.
Create SZ Key = HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce\WinSat=winsat dwm -xml results.xml,sz
Silent mode. Skipping dialogs.
New Uninstall Key = registry12
Created Key (uninstallonly)= HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\HotKeysCmds=,
New Uninstall Key = registry13
Created Key (uninstallonly)= HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\IgfxTray=,
New Uninstall Key = registry14
Created Key (uninstallonly)= HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\Persistence=,
[DLLs]
[Services]
[Processes]
[Shortcuts]
[InstallDev]
[Device]
Driver = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Graphics\igdlh.inf
Silent mode. Skipping dialogs.
Silent mode. Skipping dialogs.
INF = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Graphics\igdlh.inf
Provider = Microsoft
Installed INF = C:\Windows\inf\display.inf
Previous driver package =
! Warning 0xE0000302: DriverPackageGetPath failed.
Difx = 32 bit
[Difx Log]
0x0: ENTER: DriverPackageInstallW
0x0: DRIVER_PACKAGE_LEGACY_MODE flag set but not supported on Plug and Play driver on VISTA. Flag will be ignored.
0x0: Installing INF file 'c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Graphics\igdlh.inf' (Plug and Play).
0x0: Looking for Model Section [Intel.Mfg]...
0x0: Installing devices with Id "PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2A42&SUBSYS_360B103C&REV_09" using INF "C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\igdlh.inf_4ec63933\igdlh.inf".
0x0: ENTER UpdateDriverForPlugAndPlayDevices...
0x0: RETURN UpdateDriverForPlugAndPlayDevices.
0x0: Installation was successful.
0x0: Installing devices with Id "PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2A43&SUBSYS_360B103C&REV_09" using INF "C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\igdlh.inf_4ec63933\igdlh.inf".
0x0: ENTER UpdateDriverForPlugAndPlayDevices...
0x0: RETURN UpdateDriverForPlugAndPlayDevices.
0x0: Installation was successful.
0x0: Install completed
0x0: RETURN: DriverPackageInstallW (0x0)
0x0: ENTER: DriverPackageGetPathW
0x0: RETURN: DriverPackageGetPathW (0x0)
DriverPackageGetPath Success (C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\igdlh.inf_4ec63933\igdlh.inf)
Installed Package = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\Graphics\igdlh.inf
Package Requires Reboot = no
New Uninstall Key = inf0
[Device]
Driver = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\HDMI\IntcHdmi.inf
Silent mode. Skipping dialogs.
Silent mode. Skipping dialogs.
INF = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\HDMI\IntcHdmi.inf
Provider = Microsoft
0x0: ENTER: DriverPackageGetPathW
0x0: RETURN: DriverPackageGetPathW (0xE0000302)
Installed INF = C:\Windows\inf\hdaudio.inf
Previous driver package =
! Warning 0xE0000302: DriverPackageGetPath failed.
Difx = 32 bit
[Difx Log]
0x0: ENTER: DriverPackageInstallW
0x0: DRIVER_PACKAGE_LEGACY_MODE flag set but not supported on Plug and Play driver on VISTA. Flag will be ignored.
0x0: Installing INF file 'c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\HDMI\IntcHdmi.inf' (Plug and Play).
0x0: Looking for Model Section [Intel.NTx86.6.0]...
0x0: Installing devices with Id "HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_8086&DEV_2802&SUBSYS_80860101&REV_1000" using INF "C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\intchdmi.inf_c4f7b717\intchdmi.inf".
0x0: ENTER UpdateDriverForPlugAndPlayDevices...
0x0: RETURN UpdateDriverForPlugAndPlayDevices.
0x0: Installation was successful.
0x0: Install completed
0x0: RETURN: DriverPackageInstallW (0x0)
0x0: ENTER: DriverPackageGetPathW
0x0: RETURN: DriverPackageGetPathW (0x0)
DriverPackageGetPath Success (C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\intchdmi.inf_c4f7b717\intchdmi.inf)
Installed Package = c:\SWSetup\Drivers\Video\HDMI\IntcHdmi.inf
Package Requires Reboot = no
New Uninstall Key = inf1
Using RegDeleteKeyEx
[Finish]
[ResponseResult]
ResultCode = 0
<<< 1/01/2001 00:42:09:658


18.
Realtek 8169/8168/8101 PCI/PCIe NDIS6 driver (for Windows Vista)

Updated driver : Please visit Realtek

------------------------------------------------
Version 6.207


1. Fix driver bug : DTM stress test failed

For DTM test , please update to this version

2. Fix driver bug : Changed network address will be restored after system resumes (8102E/EL)

If advance setting network address changed, the address will be restored after system resumes.

3. Fix 8102E DSM mode issue (8102E)

For 8102E with DSM mode, please update to this version or above

4. Fix driver bug : When copy file via CIFS, the operation will stop after unplug and plug the cable in a short time

This is because driver does not send packet immediately after re-link.

------------------------------------------------

Version 6.206.0502.2008


1. Fix driver bug : It may send out IPv4 only packet with wrong checksum value (8111C only)

2. Update 8111C 9K jumbo INF section

8K and 9K INF entry is not updated in previous version.

3. 8102E new PHY parameters (Better TX signal result on low voltage; AVDD = 1.09V)

4. Fix driver bug : Link status may disconnect and connect in the loop (8111CP only)

This is because driver does not invoke a interrupt DPC to handle send completion.

5. Fix driver bug : Unicast workaround fix causes TX/RX stoped after system resumed (8101E/8168B)

This is only happens on few specfic motherboards which enable unicast workaround fix

6. Fix several installshield bugs. (Installer)

------------------------------------------------

Version 6.205

This version is same as 6.204 but disable MSI

------------------------------------------------


Version 6.204.0317.2008

1. Change INTx emulation to MSI

It reduce CPU utilization significantly and no sharing interrupt issue.

2. Reduce 8102E/8102EL power consumption

Change CLK REQ parameter

3. 8111C Jumboframe support maximum 9K

4. Fix 8111C jumboframe driver bug

5. This version is for one specific system vendor only.

Next version will disable MSI again.

6. Fix 8168CP always reports disconnected issue

(ASF register read/write bug)

7. Fix installer VSS error (event viewer)

Realtek installer workaound fix this issue.

8. Fix driver RSS bug (8111C/8111CP/8102E)

Performance may slow down when RSS enabled and runs on Vista (6000).

This is not Realtek driver issue.

To use RSS with best CPU load balance, please use Vista SP1 (6001).

DO NOT TEST PERFORMANCE WHEN RSS ENABLED AND RUNS ON VISTA 6000.

------------------------------------------------

Version 6.203.0214.2008

For 'Deep Slumber Mode' hardware design, it MUST update to this verison or later versions

For Vista SP1 DTM, it MUST update to this version or later versions

1. Support hardware 'Deep Slumber Mode' (8111C and 8102E)

2. Fix driver bug : 8101E and 8102E PHY parameters restored after reset

The bug ignores PHY powersaving mode.

3. Update power management routine to reduce a bit resume time (8111C and 8102E)

4. Add hardware IO error dection routine to prevent driver long waits for hardware operation completion.

Hardware IO error may be caused by BIOS, mother board layout ...

Driver automatically detects hardware invalid case and skips IO operation to prevent sleep/resume failure.

5. Update Auto installer to support 'Deep Slumber Mode'

Installer need to stop installation to prevent new driver not updated system registry.

It automatically detects NIC and cable.

If no card and no cable, it display message to ask users to connect a cable to NIC.

User could abort the install procedure by pressing 'No'.

Pressing 'Yes' to detect realtek device again.

6. Fix memory allocation leak bug

This bug causes Vista SP1 DTM failed

------------------------------------------------

Version 6.202.0123.2008

For 8168C users, it MUST update to this version.

For 8169, 8101E and 8168B users, please update to this version

1. Update 8111C PHY parameter to increase switch compatibility (8111C)

2. Update power routine (8169, 8101E, 8111B and 8111C)

3. Better memory utilization and memory allocation fail-over

4. Reduce RX memory usage on 64-bit environment

5. Adjust TX parameter on specific parallel detection hub

Old versions has lower performance on specific 10/100 hub.

Those switch hubs may drop short IFG frames.

6. Update 81169SB PHY parameter to increase switch compatibility (8169SB)

7. Update 8111C UDP hardware checksum driver routine (8111C)

Application uses UDP based protocol may fail to connect

8. Support RTL8102EL (48-pin) non-EEPROM design

Please use this version if RTL8102EL is without EEPROM

------------------------------------------------

Version 6.201.1228.2007

1. Add support to 8111CP

2. Add INF Wake-on-Lan capabilities to override OS setting

3. Workaround fix MDI/MDIX on several specific mother boards

4. Skip EEPROM test on non-EEPROM design (This is for diagnostic tool)

5. Add 8169SC new phy parameters to improve switch compatibility

6. Add new phy paramter to enable retry NWAY speed down (8111C/8111CP)

It disables gigabit capability if PHY could not link up after several times.

7. Add new phy paramter to enable 2-pair cable detection (8111C/8111CP)

It reduces the link time if uses 2-pair cable.

------------------------------------------------

Version 6.200.1130.2007

1. Add support to RTL8102E and RTL8102EL

------------------------------------------------

Version 6.199.1116.2007

For 8168C users, please update to this version.

1. Fix 8111C power routine bug

2. Add 8101E LDPS mode (Link Down Powersaving)

3. Add new 8111c PHY parameters

4. Add new priority & VLAN options

5. Add WOL & shtudown link speed options

------------------------------------------------

Version 6.198.1018.2007

1. Workaround fix 8101E unicast issue

2. Fix VLAN ID bug

Please update to this or later version to use Realtek VLAN utility

------------------------------------------------

Version 6.197.0917.2007

1. Open LargeSend Offload Version 2 options

Largesend Offload version 2 supports both Ipv4 and Ipv6

DO NOT CHANGE THOSE SETTINGS for 8111C

Large Send Offload (IPv4) = Enabled
Large Send Offload v2 (IPv4) = Disabled
Large Send Offload v2 (IPv6) = Enabled

2. Enable Receiving-Side Scaling (default setting)

3. OID_GEN_VENDOR_DESCRIPTION has more detail description for various NIC

Some ethernet packets capture tool need this OID to have detail description

4. Support BaseCpuNumber for RSS (8111C)

Thus, quad-core CPU could use RSS now.

2 cores, 4 cores, 8 cores, 16 cores and 32 cores all support RSS.

Previous version only enable RSS when running on a dual-core machine.

5. Add reset mechanism for BIOS PCI-reset (8111C, 8102E)

This is for overclock. 8102E is not supported by this verision.

6. New PHY parameter (8111C)

Advanced link down power saving

------------------------------------------------

Version 6.196.0803.2007

For 8168C users, please update to this version.

1. New powersaving feature

Lowest link speed when sleep or shutdown

This feature only valid when speed and duplex is auto-neg

If link partner support 10 Mbps : 10 half / 10 full NWAY
If link partner does not support 10 Mbps : 10 half / 10 full / 100 half / 100 full NWAY

2. Remove option - Sleep WOL Power Saving

3. Add VistaCDM diagnostic routine for register read/write test

4. Fix driver bug : performance test tool may stop to test

------------------------------------------------

Version 6.195.0625.2007


1. Improve copy file speed on the platform with very slow CPU

2. Fix PHY speed changed bug: Force to 10Mbps but S3/S4 change to 100Mbps.

This is because driver change to 10/100 auto neg mode when S3/S4.

3. Fix incorrect WOL behavior on a specific notebook (S3 enabled but S4 disabled)

4. Add VistaPE diagnostic routine to check interrupt.

------------------------------------------------

Version 6.194.0607.2007

1. Fix the driver bug: 8101E indicate incorrect max link speed, This causes taskmgr shows 1 gigabit speed.

2. Fix the driver bug: Mobility center Stalls 40 seconds after system boots up.

3. Fix the driver bug: Link speed may slow down from gigabit to 100 Mbps if system resumes very fast. (S3)

4. Add new power saving options

Auto Disable Gigabit (Power Saving)

Disabled : disable this power saving feature
Re-Link, Battery : in battery mode, system will disable gigabit speed after cable re-links
Re-Link, Battery or AC : in battery mode or AC power, system will disable gigabit speed after cable re-links

Auto Disable PHY (Power Saving)

This feature only valid when Auto Disable Gigabit is enabled.

Disabled : disable this power saving feature
Enabled, Battery : in battery mode, system will disable PHY after cable disconnected
Enabled, Battery or AC : in battery mode or AC power, system will disable PHY after cable disconnected

Auto Disable PCIe (Power Saving)

Disabled : disable this power saving feature
Enabled, Battery : in battery mode, system will disable PCIe after cable disconnected
Enabled, Battery or AC : in battery mode or AC power, system will disable PCIe after cable disconnected

Please refer FAQ for more detail

5. Receiving-Side-Scaling is for better CPU utilization.

It is recommend that end-user who care better CPU utilization to enable this feature.

To test performance, DO NOT ENABLE RECEIVING-SIDE-SCALING

Please refer Receiving_Side_Scaling.txt for more detail.

------------------------------------------------

Version 6.193.0430.2007

For 8168B users, please update to this version.

1. Fix driver to correctly support 8168B largesend (8168B)

2. Fix 8101E force link speed bug

The link will change to auto-negotiation after re-link

------------------------------------------------

Version 6.192.0417.2007

1. Support 8168C

2. Fix 8169 PCI and 8168B PCIe jumbo frame bug

The jumbo frame option is for expert users. Please be very carefully to change the options.
For more detial, please refer FAQ - jumbo_frame.txt

3. Fix 8101E force link speed bug

The link will change to auto-negotiation after system resumes

4. To install 8168C driver, please use installer.

Please refer FAQ - 8168C_manual_install.txt

------------------------------------------------

Version 6.191.0305.2007

1. Fix the driver bug: after shutdown, system could not reboot (8168/8101E with one specific chipset)

This only happens on one specific chipset.

2. Fix the driver bug: 10M half mode largesend problem (8168)

3. Fix the driver bug: Driver sync problem when sleeping (8169/8168/8101E with multiple core CPU )

Transfering file and going to sleep mode at the same time. (Long ping time issue)

4. Auto Disable PHY (Battery) : reduce power consumption (8168 only)

Driver will automatically disable PHY when system using battery and cable off
Notice: The NIC has long link time when linking if the feature enabled.

5. Auto Disable PCIe (Battery) : reduce power consumption (8168 / 8101E)

Driver will automatically disable PCIe/MAC when system using battery and cable off

6. Shutdown Wake-On-Lan : reduce power consumption

If disabled, driver will disable PHY when shutdown

7. Sleep WOL Power Saving : reduce power consumption

If enabled, driver will switch the PHY to lower power state to reduce power consumption when sleeping.
The wake-on-lan feature still works even PHY in low power state.

8. Workaroudfix OS incorrect wakeup flag problem.

------------------------------------------------

Version 6.190.115.2007

For 8169 cardbus , 8110SC and 8101E users, please update to this version.

1. Fix driver to correctly support 8101E largesend (8101E)

2. Fix 8110SC performance downgrade if MWI enabled

3. Fix cardbus statistic counter (cardbus 8169SB)

4. Fix cardbus adapter surprised removed bug

5. Add foolproof PHY speed & duplex setting
100 full -> 100 full / 100 half / 10 full / 10 half
100 half -> 100 half / 10 full / 10 half
10 full -> 10 full / 10 half
10 half -> 10 half

6. The jumboframe options are changed to match Windows XP
Please refer Jumbo_Frame.txt for more detail.

7. Fix driver to correctly support 8110SC largesend (8110SC)

-----------------------------------------------

Version 6.189.1213.2006

1. Only adds a workaround fix for Vista WOL. Driver will remove this patch from source code after Vista SP1.
If your system have special WOL issue, please use this version instead of 6.188.

------------------------------------------------

Version 6.188.1207.2006

1. Add jumbo frame support

When jumbo frame enabled, driver will automatically disable 'Large Send Offload (IPv4)'.
'Jumbo Packet' > 1514 means to enable jumbo frame.
'Jumbo Packet' = 1514 means to disable jumbo frame.

For 8169 PCI series , maximum jumbo packet size is 7*1024
For 8168 PCIe series , maximum jumbo packet size is 5*1024
Please refer Jumbo_Frame.txt for more detail.

2. Performance enhancement

3. Lower CPU utilization

4. Auto TX/RX adaptive tuning

5. Driver uninstallation will remove the driver and roll back to previous WHQL/inbox driver now

------------------------------------------------

Version 6.187.1121.2006

1. Fix the driver bug: WOL incorrectly PHY power down

2. Fix the driver bug: 'Network Address' not reset to original to MAC address

After 'Network Address' changed and then cleared, the MAC address does not reset to the original one.
('Network Address' is in the Device Manager | Properties | Advanced | Property)

3. Fix the driver bug: 'Network Address' could not change the MAC address

4. change TX/RX parameters to improve copy throughput

5. add 'Auto Disable Gigabit' feature.

Important : The feature is only for notebook users.

Please refer Auto_Disable_Gigabit.txt
for notebook user, it is recommended to turn on this to reduce power consumption
The default value is off.

6. due to HW/SD and FAE request, disable MSI and re-enable INTx emulation for maximum hardware compatibility.

Important: the device mangement may require the user to re-boot
If you install a MSI-enabled driver and then install a INTx emulation driver, the device managment may
ask the user to re-boot.

Important: multiple 8168/8101E cards installed.
Device management may appear code 10 error if multiple an MSI-enabled driver update to INTx emulated driver.
Please re-install the driver to all Realtek network card to ensure all the driver are identical.

Known compatibility issue : Nvidia PCI express X16 slot disable MSI functionality

------------------------------------------------

Version 6.186.1103.2006

1. Fix DHCP client binds TCP/IP problem

Realtek inbox driver has this issue and recommended users replace the Vista RTM inbox to new one
Please refer Inbox_Driver_Dhcp_Binds_Failed.txt

2. Fix PME_EN compatibility issue with some MB (WOL pattern match)

3. Support 8168B rev c (PCI-express)

------------------------------------------------

Version 6.1853.1011.2006

1. Add message-signaled interrupt. (8168/8101)

Reduce interrupt latency and no interrupt sharing

2. Add large send offload, TCP/IP checksum offload.

3. Fix wrong OS reported link speed. The physical link speed is correct.

If no cable connected when driver initialization, the link speed OS reported is wrong.
The physical is correct.

4. Fix magic packet wake up problem when incoming packet is multicast (8168/8101)

------------------------------------------------


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Thats a rather large post! :)

"2.windows defender error"ox800705b4" when iItry to open defender"

If you have AVG, McAfee, Norton, Microsoft Security Essentials, etc installed, they will either have a conflict with Windows Defender, or disable it.

Microsoft Security Essentials has its own built-in version of Defender and should automatically disables Vista's version of Windows Defender.

Let me know how you get on.

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"4. MICROSOFT UPDATE, I eventualy got working after a week BUT there are a few updates that will/not install"

Are you recieving an error when you attempt to install them? If so, what is the error code given? Please list the updates that are problamatic in your reply.
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"5. microsoft recommended download and install "service pack 2" It willnot allow it."

I presume that SP2 (Service Pack 2) was listed under the Windows Updates? When you say 'will not allow it' could you explain further? Any error code given? We could always try and donwload manually. Ensure you are connected to the internet before re-attempting with Windows Updates.
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"6. C:\Windows\System32 folder "drvstore" is blue the rest of the folders are black"

Nothing to worry about, blue title colouring just indicates that, that folder/directory is compressed to save on disc space.
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"1.in device manager,show hiddin devices, network adapter , cannot update the following =all wan miniport adapters , IP, IPv6, L2TP, network monitor, PPTP, SSTP."

When you say, 'cannot update', have you considered that they may all be fully updated?

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