Question about D-Link DFE-530TX Network Adapter
D-Link DFE-530TX indicates that it is only running at 10 mbps. I an using a Cat 5 cable and cant get it to run at 100 mbps. Dell 8200, PCI slot, Windows XP.
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:
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