However, one of the computers only shows Mbps connectivity even though it is capable of 1Gbps. Thank You for Submitting Your Review,! I have an nForce 4 Mobo. Maybe you can exchange two cards like one works in pc A , one works in pc B. I am not seeing any errors in the event viewer. When troubleshooting a wired network, every cable, jack and port is a potential point of failure.
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The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. If possible, swap everything: It’s like this for me this is Windows 7 but it’s the same in XP: Pros fsfasfafasfsf Cons fsafasfsafasfas Summary fsfasfasfsfaasffsafa Reply to this review Was this review helpful? I’ll give that one a try again, but will need to install the driver first. The properties was set for auto-negotiate.
Marvell Yukon Lan Driver 10.14.6.3 for Windows XP 32bit
Flaming or offending other users. Then used same cable from rj45 sp to computer and was back at the Mbps on the Marvell port, but unable to even connect with the NVidia port. Looks like I need to re-do the jack.
Once reported, our staff will be notified and the comment will be reviewed. Metro Smurf was able to determine the wall jack was faulty. Or my configuration of the Yukon and my chipset is 88e805 Thanks for your help Fujishiro – the problem ended up being a faulty rj45 jack. Maybe the Marvell Yukon isn’t really able to run at 1Gbps?
If you’ve tried forcing the driver to connect at GigE and it fails, you may have 8e88055 bad or poor quality cable. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Select type of offense: You indicate you have other computers that work at GigE; try swapping the cable on the nonworking computer with one from a working computer.
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And in the event log I get this event: Try again with the driver set at auto-negotiate and at Mbps. I have a few computers connected through a Gigabit router which show 1Gbps connections.