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Cuased by realtek 8101/8168/8169 pcie adapter driver(rtlh86.sys)

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  • icchaves Apr 28, 2009

    COMPUTER SHUTS DOWN AT ANY TIME. WINDOWS SEARCHED THE PROBLEM OVER THE INTERNET AND THE MESSAGE IS AS FOLLOWS: This problem was caused by Realtek 8101/8168/8169 PCI/PCIe Adapter Driver (RTLH86.SYS), which was created by Realtek Semiconductor Corp.. There is no solution for this problem at this time. For support information and product updates, Realtek Semiconductor Corp. recommends that you go online to the following website: Realtek Semiconductor Corp.



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Coupure plusieurs fois par jour de l'ordinateur, sans raison ! un message apparait, disant que le problème est provoqué par Realtek 8101/8168/8169 PCI/PCIe Adapter Driver (RTLH86.SYS) QUE DOIS-JE FAIRE POUR SOLUTIONNER LE PROBLEME ?
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Sounds like you're caught in the middle of a finger-pointing game going on between MS and Realtek, each blaming the other for the problem, and neitber stepping up to the plate with any meaningful help.

Is this a recent problem, i.e.: it worked OK before; started after making a seemingly unrelated change in the system, i.e.: software or hardware additions? If so undo / uninstall the recent change and see if the problem goes away.

Is your Vista Ultimate a retail version, or was it bundled with your HP (OEM)? If it is retail, you can appeal directly to MS or assistance, however an OEM version means you are stuck with HP support for help, and HP / Compaq is notoriously less than helpful.

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