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Dell e200 Communication

I have a number of e200's purchased in 2001 which I recently have discovered will only communicate at 10 megabits half duplex. The switch is configured to autosense and the device will only work at the above stated speed. Anytime I try to go to 100/full or 100/half I get no response. According to the specs this device has a 10/100BaseT Fast Ethernet controller. What's up? Thanks Henry

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