The modem is capable is transmitting up to 1 Gigabit, so the Mbps contracted are being received and passed on to the computers, yet the one with the ASUS P7P55D Pro board only seems to accept Mbps, in spite of its original components offer something else. The only other thing I can recommend is to switch the cables around. It is exactly as you say. It depends on the cable. Herc08 May 5, ,
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GhislainG May 5,1: What are you connecting the controller to?
Inbedded Realtek LAN controller not – Components – Tom’s Hardware
Ask a new question. Ask a new question. Realtek lan chip fail? The other computer receives the Mbps no problem. Only my pride is hurt as I was sure I could bring more life to my old MB. Also did you try safe mode with networking?
As the second computer shows no problem and detects the Mbpsm the ISP is not giving me the work around. Are both connected Vontroller in the same room? Subscribe to our newsletter.
Inbedded Realtek LAN controller not
As you mention, is that both – the on-board Lan and the D-limk are detected only as Mbps. Updateed drivers dierctly from Realtek. Same results if both computers connected to the Arris Modem or by themselves.
Must be something else within the Gigavit that I am overlooking If the switch or router port is Mbps, then you can’t expect more than that. GhislainG May 5, My second computer works perfectly at Mbps. It depends on the cable. More about inbedded realtek lan controller.
Problem with Realtek LAN controller – [Solved] – Motherboards
I generally prefer Cat 6. Subscribe to our newsletter. Also, it depends on the router. I disabled the on board controller and replaced it with a Gigabit ethernet PCI-E D-link adapter, but get the same results: The modem is capable is transmitting up to 1 Gigabit, so the Mbps contracted are being received and passed on to the computers, yet the one with the ASUS P7P55D Pro board only seems to accept Mbps, in spite of its original components offer something else.
Problem with Realtek LAN controller
You can also try to test in safe mode with networking. You will need at least CAT5e. Also doing a cold boot on the router can sometimes fix the issue. GhislainG May 5,6: More about problem realtek lan controller. Whenever I ran into that problem the cause was a bad Ethernet cable, but in your case it’s different because switching the cable makes no difference and the modem still detects it at Mbps.
Express Adapter, with same results: How did you update the drivers? You are absolutely right, GhislainG.
I appreciate all your comments and advise but at the end it is just a question of self satisfaction of having solved this problem as in real life work it doesn’t make too much difference.