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Mbps...peoblem in connecting in internet

What should i do if my Mbps is 10 only..i need 100 to connect in internet...even if its conncted,sometimes theres a problems..in terms of always disconnect...what should i do?

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  • Anonymous Apr 22, 2009

    the lan card sign is ok, but i can't go anywhere on the network ??



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