Ask a new question. Herc08 May 5, , 1: GhislainG May 5, , 3: Have tried the CAT5e cables, have cold booted the Arris modem several times, but no go. Realtek lan chip fail? More about inbedded realtek lan controller. Updateed drivers dierctly from Realtek.
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Inbedded Realtek LAN controller not
Reltek the switch or router port is Mbps, then you can’t expect more than that. Express Adapter, with same results: You will need at least CAT5e. As you mention, is that both – the on-board Lan and the D-limk are detected only as Mbps.
Drivers were updated directly from Realtek.
Also, it depends on the router. It’s nearly impossible to figure out the issue without physical access to the Gigaabit. GhislainG May 5,6: Are both connected PCs in the same room?
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Herc08 May 5,1: More about inbedded realtek lan controller. I disabled the on board controller and replaced it with a Gigabit ethernet PCI-E D-link adapter, but get the same results: Express Adapter, with same results: I appreciate all your comments and advise but at the end it is just a question of self satisfaction of having solved this problem as in real life work it doesn’t make too much difference.
I have tried everything, except changing the MB You are absolutely right, GhislainG.
Even techs from my ISP came around to check and all their work got them to the Mbps. How did you update the drivers?
Is this computer connected directly to the router?
Problem with Realtek LAN controller
GhislainG May 5, It is exactly as you say. Inbedded Realtek LAN controller not.
The other computer receives the Mbps no problem. Make sure that the cables are surely snugged in the adapter. Realtek lan chip fail? Ask a new question. Whenever I ran into that problem the cause was a bad Ethernet cable, but in your case it’s different because switching the cable makes no difference and the modem still detects it at Mbps.
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Subscribe to our newsletter. Updateed drivers dierctly from Realtek. What are you connecting the controller to? My second computer works perfectly at Mbps. Can’t find your answer? Subscribe to our newsletter.
Through Windows or directly from Realtek? If their connection status displays Mbps, then they can’t download at Mbps.