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Author Topic: How do I install individual driver of Killer LAN without its Network Management application?  (Read 4175 times)

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I found sometimes the Network Management application would conflict with other online application, and in other forum an user provided a pure driver package that can solve the problem.
Here is the steps:

First you can download MSI pure Killer LAN driver from this link:

Please uninstall old Killer LAN driver package from control panel if you already have the driver in OS.

Download and extract the RAR file to windows desktop.  Double click “dpinst.exe” to install the killer driver.

It is normal if you see the message of “No device for update present” in the last step, that’ s because the driver package includes all kinds of killer LAN chip drivers, some don’t exist in your system.
Just click “Finish” to complete the driver installation.  Restart system and you can start to enjoy the web surfing.

And if you encounter problem when you uninstall Killer LAN driver, you can use Killer official uninstall utility to completely remove the driver.
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how do i get the killer network manager again ?


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Just install the Killer LAN driver from MSI website, the manager is always installed with the driver.


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I don't think you need to remove the Killer LAN manager because it wroks fine.

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