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Re: 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.
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though i need to know the os u r using.. considering that u r using win xp or vista..
along wid the company, there will b a list of such site n
driverdownload links if u search by the model name on a search engine
likegoogle.. download them onto a location; if the driver is in a
zipformat, unzip it,if itz in .exe form, just run it; if done manually
it'llask for the correct driver and location; relocate the path and
a.inffile (wat it'll ask for).. try downloading..
Sounds like an IP address problem. Your IP address on both the NIC card (DFE 530) and the router have to be in the same address range. You can do this 2 ways. 1... Have your router hand out addresses automatically. Make sure DHCP is enabled and that you have at least one address available for it to give out. ie. 192.168.0.2 through 192.168.0.3. The first three number must be the same as the router. The other option is to manually set your IP address on your nic card to match the router. If the router is lets say 192.168.0.1 then you can assign 220.127.116.11 to your computer NIC. If you haven't been able to access your router then check your router manual to find out the default IP address and use the same number for your NIC changing only the last number. The largest number you can use is 255. Hope this helps.