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Right-click the Computer icon on the Windows desktop, then click Manage. Click Device Manager, then expand the Network Adapters category. Double-click your network adapter to open its Properties screen. Click the Advanced tab, then on the list of items, select Speed
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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