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NOT GETTING DLINK DFE 50
D-Link's support site shows that this product was discontinued in 2001. The operating systems supported by the driver only show up to Windows XP and not Vista or Windows 7. Windows XP has the driver in the operating system so you should be able to use the Add/Remove hardware wizard to install the driver within Windows or try from the CD that came with the card. If you are using a later operating system, there is a good possibility that the product is not supported.
on Nov 19, 2010
Wraong IP- no connection
hi i'm new here but i think i can help you, you should let your compter automatically assign your DHCP if you have a directy connection in the internet(without any Switches, hubs or router) if you have any one of those you could try to setup your routers,
Hope to solve your problem ^^
on Apr 10, 2009
Portforwarding for D-Link DFE-520TX
The port forwarding needs to be done in the router.
You may simply be able to enable UPNP in the router and get the console to work. So, login to your router and enable upnp and then try the game again....chances are that this will work fine.
If not, you will need to forward the correct ports to the device or put the device in the DMZ.
on Mar 15, 2009
Running at 10 mbps
There's possibility that the network (router/modem/switch) you're trying to connect has limit to up to 10 Mbps only. Or it can be that the current LinkSpeed of the Ethernet adapter might be forced to 10 Mbps. Do the following to check this setting:
- Go to Control Panel> Network Connections.
- On Network Connections, look for Local Area Connection (for the D-Link adapter). Right click it then go to Properties.
- On Properties window, click Configure button.
- On the next window, go to Advanced tab.
- Look for Media Type, Connection Type, or LinkSpeed and Duplex Mode.
If the value is set to Auto Negotiation/ Auto/ AutoSense, try to force it to 100 Mbps.
on Aug 02, 2008
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