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Network adapter wouldn't work?

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November 10, 2012 7:20:34 PM

Hello recently i notice my internet getting slower everyday now my computer can't even detect my internet anymore. I had my computer for about 8 months using a GIGABYTE h61m-sp2v motherboard. Im sure its my motherboard that has the problems as my other computers are still running at 300kb/s while my gaming pc is stuck on 0kb/s i also tried reinstalling drivers, re- enabling my adapter and changing ethernet cables. Please help, I could post IPCONFIG if you want im running on.

420W PSU
Intel Pentium G850
Powercolor 6870 GPU
500gb seagate harddrive SATA3
Gigabyte H61M-SP2V

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a c 554 V Motherboard
November 10, 2012 7:37:54 PM

Hi, It might be a LAN controller issue or a driver one. I would try reinstalling the driver and test with the firewall disabled, without a router (direct connection). If still the same, a PCI LAN adapter might be a solution. Or RMA the board.
a b V Motherboard
November 10, 2012 7:48:50 PM

- Bent or broken connector wire where your Ethernet cable plugs into your adapter.

- Bad signals from your adapter could cause your port to be shut down on your switch/hub/router.

- Port on switch/hub/router could have failed, try known working port.

- look at the properties of your adapter see if it is attempting to send and just not getting any signal back.

- Plug in known good cable, bypass the hub/router/switch and directly into the internet feed from your cable modem to make sure it is not your hub port.

- Boot BIOS and make sure the device has not been disabled by a corrupt setting.
November 13, 2012 9:07:55 AM

alexoiu said:
Hi, It might be a LAN controller issue or a driver one. I would try reinstalling the driver and test with the firewall disabled, without a router (direct connection). If still the same, a PCI LAN adapter might be a solution. Or RMA the board.

Tried everything but it didn't work.. thanks though guess ill have to RMA it.
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