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    • #5866


        Using latest SDIO v1.12.12.753

        Does anyone know why “Updated driver available (internet)” appears and why they always fail to install with error code 0?.

      • #5867

          This message appears when you’ve downloaded the latest indexes but not necessarily all the driver packs and SDIO detects a driver on your system can be updated. The updated driver is available but you have to let it download so it can install it.

          The error code 0 is a very informative way of telling you that something went wrong 🙂 Could be the driver pack didn’t download or failed to unzip etc. Maybe go to updates and get the correct driver pack successfully downloaded first then try to install the driver.

        • #5881
          Chris ...Chris …

            When testing recently i kept hitting the same thing..
            And am still left with the error everytime i try update.

            Seemed to be failing to install my LAN Driver Via Script..
            Which i found strange cause it updated all my other drivers not a problem.

            For Any Ref:

            Installing $0245
            Pack: drivers\DP_SDIO_Realtek_1_23051.7z
            Name: Realtek PCIe GbE Family Controller
            Provider: Realtek
            Date: 03/20/2023
            Version: 1168.12.320.2023
            HWID: PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8168&SUBSYS_7C021462&REV_15
            inf: Win7-8-10-11\WIN11\64\rt68cx21x64.inf,realtek.ntamd64.10.0…22000
            Score: 00FF0000

            Already unpacked(C:\Users\Venom\AppData\Local\Temp\SDIO\Win7-8-10-11\WIN11\64\rt68cx21x64.inf)
            Install32 ‘PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8168&SUBSYS_7C021462&REV_15′,’C:\Users\Venom\AppData\Local\Temp\SDIO\Win7-8-10-11\WIN11\64\rt68cx21x64.inf’
            ‘C:\Users\Venom\AppData\Local\Temp\SDIO\install64.exe “PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8168&SUBSYS_7C021462&REV_15” “C:\Users\Venom\AppData\Local\Temp\SDIO\Win7-8-10-11\WIN11\64\rt68cx21x64.inf”‘
            Run(C:\Users\Venom\AppData\Local\Temp\SDIO\install64.exe,”PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8168&SUBSYS_7C021462&REV_15” “C:\Users\Venom\AppData\Local\Temp\SDIO\Win7-8-10-11\WIN11\64\rt68cx21x64.inf”,0,1)
            Ret 259(0x103),norb,1 secs

            ERROR: installation failed
            Extract: 0 secs
            Install: 1 secs
            0 drivers installed, 1 drivers failed.

          • #5891

              When looking at that version number (Version: 1168.12.320.2023) it seems clear that is bad. You can install next driver on the list which is this one attached. Must be some index mismatch or something.

              • This reply was modified 2 weeks ago by eLPuSHeReLPuSHeR.
            • #5899
              Chris ...Chris …

                Thanks eLPuSHeR

                Can i ask how i would go about installing the next driver on the list?

                I’m quite new to SDIO and am automating a Bat/Script.txt and it sounds very useful if i could somehow install next drivers if a driver fails to install 🙂

                Would i use.. -install <HWID> <infile>
                and if so how would i go about getting the info like that png you uploaded?

                Appreciate the help!

              • #5904

                  Unfortunately I have never used the command line version so I cannot help you here. For GUI version you just click on the right to use the pull-down menu.

                • #5951
                  Chris ...Chris …

                    Ah ok, thanks eLPuSHeR 🙂

                  • #5970
                    William WalkerWill.I.Am

                      SDIO is showing Win11 only driver available for Win10 system. Install error obviously due to system mismatch.

                    • #5974

                        It seems fixed for me after downloading latest driverpacks.

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