Realtek ethernet adapter refusing to be/stay on Gigabit

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  1. Posts : 110
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       #31

    Compumind said:
    Oh, yes! Lol.

    Please post back when you get that new cable.
    Wish that I can help you more at the moment.

    No worries mate, thank you for all the help thus far. It's really is such a silly issue.
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       #32

    Laith said:
    No worries mate, thank you for all the help thus far. It's really is such a silly issue.
    No problem. No issue is silly!
    Maybe someone else here will chime in with an idea.

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  3. Posts : 13,933
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       #33

    Laith said:
    Honestly, I'm just thinking of running and buying a new cable later today because it's my prime suspect at the moment, even though it shouldn't be an issue. There's literally nothing else that can be wrong.
    That's the Kiss Of Death
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       #34

    Ztruker said:
    That's the Kiss Of Death
    I highly doubt that it's the cable.

    FWIW.

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  5. Posts : 110
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       #35

    Hi. I bought another CAT6 cable and it's still giving me 100Mbps. I'm thiiiiis close to pulling my hair out at this point, lol.
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  6. Posts : 110
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       #36

    Small positive update. I've come to the conclusion that, if I plug a gigabit-supported cable in, then try my main one, I get full gigabit. The only question that remains is how to fix this so that I always get full gigabit. I'm out of ideas at the moment.
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  7. Posts : 13,933
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       #37

    Laith said:
    I'm not connected wirelessly through my computer, it's through my phone.
    Can you explain this? Do you mean your using your phone to access WiFi?
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  8. Posts : 110
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       #38

    Ztruker said:
    Can you explain this? Do you mean your using your phone to access WiFi?
    Yes, I am connected to WiFi through my phone to test results over WiFi. On a sidenote, I've completely out of the blue got persistent gigabit, so I'm crossing my fingers that it stays that way.
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  9. Posts : 13,933
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       #39

    Laith said:
    Yes, I am connected to WiFi through my phone to test results over WiFi. On a sidenote, I've completely out of the blue got persistent gigabit, so I'm crossing my fingers that it stays that way.
    Do you intend to use WiFi at some point or are you just playing around to see what you can do? If you are just playing to see what you can accomplish using the phone, which I completely understand as I do things like that all the time, then I'll go away, otherwise it would make more sense to buy a USB WiFi dongle to use instead of the phone. They are cheap, anywhere from $8 to $20, I.E. USB WiFi dongle
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  10. Posts : 110
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       #40

    Ztruker said:
    Do you intend to use WiFi at some point or are you just playing around to see what you can do? If you are just playing to see what you can accomplish using the phone, which I completely understand as I do things like that all the time, then I'll go away, otherwise it would make more sense to buy a USB WiFi dongle to use instead of the phone. They are cheap, anywhere from $8 to $20, I.E. USB WiFi dongle
    I'm not planning to use a WiFi dongle in the future. The test I did through my phone was to see if I actually was getting full speed on anything other than Ethernet.
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