NVIDIA nForce 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet not working at 1000 Mbps
I have a Presario Cq 50-100 that I purchased from HP several months ago, which has NVIDIA nForce 10/100/1000 Mbps on board network adapter, which upports 1000Mbps, but only connects at 100Mbps. All my other servers and network componets work at 1000Mbps, so this issue appears to be isolated to the Laptop. The laptop is running Vista Home Preimum with all the lastest updates. HP has been unable/unwilling to resolve this. I have checked the NVIDIA forums and have seen that other people are having this Issue. I have been told this can be addressed by updating the INI file. As it stands the device manage setting have no setting for 1000Mbps only 100 and 10. It has been verified that this is suppose to support support the 1 Gbps speeds. Does anyone know of a fix for this?
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Go to the support website of your motherboard manufacturer (if you have a brand name computer such as Dell, Acer, etc. go to their website). Click on Support, then locate the Downloads page for your exact model. Find the LAN/ethernet drivers for your system there.
Hello There is a driver disc with this lan card. If you haven't got it when you buy it, it will be very difficult to install it from the net. Anyway, try to download it from the following links. Wich a CD, it will take about 30 to 40 minutes to install the sofftware fully. The disc will install both LAN card driver and Nvedia driver together. www.nvidia.com/object/nforce_udp_winxp64_6.25.html - United States www.pcpitstop.com/drivers/manufacturer/nvidia.html http://www.dataentryjobs.us/67948.html www.liutilities.com/device-driver/nvidia-nforce-10-100-mbps-ethernet/
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The computer has an ethernet adapter builtin, in the control panel disable the ethernet connection Device=NVIDIA nForce 10/100 Mbps Ethernet and then make sure the drivers for the usb cable modem are installed.
rollback your drivers or else restore your computer ... for restoring your pc go to start/allprograms/accessories/system tools/ system restore .. in that select the bold date i.e., when ur pc worked fine and then click next .. thats it ..your problem is solved ..
the fastest speed is the slowest path on the network.
right click on the my network place.
right click on the NIC local connection
click on configuration at the right of the connect using (NIC)
second tab, "advanced" check the speed & duplex- it should be auto, but you can change it. do not recommend it.
check resources- make sure it has no conflect with any other device.
if that doesn't help. uninstall the NIC driver and try to find a older driver. Sometime that works better, don't ask me, but it works.