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Right-click on the Local Area Connection device in Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network Connections. Go to Properties, click Configure. Go to the Advanced tab. Look for "Speed and Duplex" Experiment with different values. As Jakke points point, "Auto" on this screen can sometimes go wrong. It may be some other setting on this Advanced tab needs ...


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XX-Base-T ethernet wiring is not simply tied together behind the wall, but each cable must be routed to a common hub or switch that passes signals from one cable to the others. If you want this to work you must find out where all the cables come out and somehow arrange for all the ones you want to use to be on the same hub. There's no telling how this ...



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