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Thread: Gigabit LAN only works at 100mb on EP45-DS3R




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    Default Re: Gigabit LAN only works at 100mb on EP45-DS3R

    Is it possible "pc world" doesnt have cutting edge technology!


    < tontoe: Sorry on the speed setting ,go into control panel,system,device manager,network adapter ,click on properties,go advanced,should be a lot of settings there.Go to duplex configure,its probably on auto.Set it to I gig.
    Might help,might not ,you can allways change it back.
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    Default Re: Gigabit LAN only works at 100mb on EP45-DS3R

    Hi all

    Just to let you know my problem is solved -I checked the setting on network adapter in device manager, and it was already set at 1 gig. So I bought a CAT6 patch cable and (hoorah!) am now connected at 1GB.

    One thing I did notice, however (obviosly I wasn't being very observant when building the machine) was that there are two Ethernet ports on the Mobo, and only the bottom one seems to work. Guess the other must need to enabled in the BIOS?

    Thanks to both of you for taking the time to help me.

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