Compensation scheme-based H-infinity control is investigated for networked control systems with packet disordering and packet loss. Since the existence of packet disordering and packet loss inevitably degrades the control performance of networked control systems, it is worth studying a control scheme to compensate for them, such that the control performance can be improved. Thus, a compensation control strategy is first proposed following this direction. Next, a mathematical model of networked control systems with Markovian property is constructed due to the signals executed by the plant subject to Markovian chain. Based on it, a sufficient condition for stochastic stability of networked control systems with uncertain parameters as well as compensation strategy is presented, and an adaptive controller is designed based on linear matrix inequality (LMI) technique. Finally, a numerical example and simulations are given to illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed method.