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Windows 7: Issues with Network(works with half duplex but not with full duplex)

12 Feb 2016   #1
Slayzer92

Windows 7 32bit
 
 
Issues with Network(works with half duplex but not with full duplex)

Hi guys, had an issue several months ago when I bought new PC, (Connection and everything else worked fine on my old pc) however on the new one I couldn't get my connection to work properly until I switched to 100Mbps half duplex. Since it kinda worked fine I left it like that and used it till now.

At that point I had no clue what it did and I didn't really care since it "fixed" my connection, however from what I understood while googling about it is that half duplex only allows one way data transport(only upload or download at the time). I might be completely wrong but that's what I figured.

Now the issue is that every time I try to upload something large my download becomes useless, however full duplex still doesn't work and I don't know how to fix it. Installed all the necessary and up to date drivers but that didn't change anything.


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12 Feb 2016   #2
Slayzer92

Windows 7 32bit
 
 

To be more precise, when I switch it to full duplex it reduces(limits) my download speed to only 10Mbps when I should have 50.
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