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Name: Realtek Semiconductor Corp.

Note: RTL8187B Wireless Adapter

cugar

2010-01-05 15:57:17

This look weird, like a hw bug.

mj

2010-01-10 20:46:47

Name: Martin Tournoij

On a Toshiba Satellite L300-19N (PSLB8E)

Windows Vista 32bit SP1, fresh install I have this "unrecognized device":
USB\VID_0BDA&PID_8198&REV_0200

After installing the driver from the Toshiba website the description is:
Realtek RTL8187B draadloos 802.11b/g 54Mbps USB 2.0 netwerkadapter
("draadloos" is Dutch for "wireless")

The card works as expected, and still has the same hardware ID...
Looks pretty weird ... But that's what it says ...

mtournoij

2010-07-19 13:58:44

Eh, it is a USB device, so why do you submit it to a PCI device repository? :-)

mj

2010-08-22 17:14:50

Realtek PCI ID is 10ec, their USB ID is 0bda. Actually it surprises me that no one has posted 10ec to the USB ID repo.

AlbertP

2011-09-25 14:18:36

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