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04-03-2022 12:48 PM
Am I able to update the Realtek PCIe FE Family Controller in my desktop PC to more than 100 Mbps? I am paying for 250 Mbps from my cable company, and for the last 2 years they could not figure out why. Today I discovered my network card caps out at 100 Mbps. How can I update that? Can I just download a driver for it? I know just enough to be dangerous, so any help would be very much appreciated.
04-03-2022 03:35 PM
... How can I update that? Can I just download a driver for it? I know just enough to be dangerous, so any help would be very much appreciated.
Network adapter integrated to the motherboard I don't know your machine therefore I can say how easy to upgrade but you need soldering tool to do that (only if available/possible).
You need hardware, drivers won't help.
- Install a PCIe network card to your machine, you need to check does it have spare slot ?
- Use USB - NIC adapter such as
They sell 1 to 7 or more USB ports.
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