Network switch drops download speed by 90%

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    Or if you prefer the TP-Link brand,

    8 port:
    Amazon.com

    5 port:
    Amazon.com

    EDIT: In case you were wondering what the price difference between the TL-SG105S and TL-SG105 is about,
    Difference between TL-SG105S and TL-SG105 - Business Community
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    I had to check the date on the first post. I didnít think anyone used 10/100 equipment anymore. Surely this must be the resurrection of a very old thread. But nope.

    The fix is to use a gigabit switch. I bought one for the same purpose as you: I had two devices but only one Ethernet connection. I got a switch ag Amazon for around $15. CHEAP!
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       #13

    Have you tried running the system in safe mode with networking?
    Do the same speed test and if you get the same slow results, id assume that there is a problem with the drivers themselves and not your hardware.
    Something has changed if it was fine before.
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    You could try SpeedGuide.net :: TCP Optimizer / Downloads it often fixes problems as yout MTU may be wrong
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