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Maybe the Marvell Yukon isn’t really able to run at 1Gbps? It’s like this for me this is Windows 7 but it’s the same in XP: Maybe you can exchange two cards like one works in pc Aone works in pc B.
I thought you already closed out the ‘cable factor’.
windows xp – How to configure LAN controller to run at 1Gbps connectivity? – Super User
Direct Download External Mirror. Make sure that Windows is installed with the latest Service Packs and updates. All the cable was hand rolled and came from the same spindle.
Marvell Yukon Ethernet Controller The properties was set for auto-negotiate. If you should encounter any problems with your driver installation package, please re-read the instructions above and the documentation supplied with the operating system carefully. Cancel all operating system attempts to install the driver automatically. Then used same cable from rj45 jack to computer and was back at the Mbps on the Marvell port, but unable to even connect with the NVidia port.
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Can you try a different one? Looks like I need to re-do the jack. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
To install the driver, you must be logged in as a user with administrative rights. When I set it to Mbps, the connection pukes and will not renew used ipconfig as well as using the network panel to enable – both failed.
Marvell Yukon Lan Driver 10.14.6.3 for Windows XP 32bit
Found a bad link? I did a direct connection from the switch to the computer with an old cat5 cable and picked up a 1Gbps connection both controllers connect at 1Gbps.
If possible, swap everything:. Eliminate as many individual links as possible. When troubleshooting a wired network, every cable, jack and port is a potential point of failure.
If it works, replace the bad cable. Update with 2nd Question Question 2: I’m not sure why I disabled the nForce network controller there was a reason a few years ago. This README file explains how to install the driver installation package on a system running one of the following operating systems: Ah I see that the problem is solved the cable was the problem.