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Ethernet speed 10/100 vs incoming 1.000 Mbps LAN

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HP Pavilion 15-ab222nh
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I have HP Pavilion 15-ab222nh  laptop with max100 Mbps speed ethernet adapter vs 1.000 Mbps incoming speed from my router.

-Can Iboost the speed of the Ethernet card  over the 100 limit (Realtek PCIe FE Family Controller) ?

-If not, can I change the Ethernet card or is it integrated part of the motherboard?

-Remains the only solution an external USB Ethernet adapter?

 

Thank you in advance.

Lajos

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The spec page for that model indicates Integrated 10/100 BASE-T Ethernet LAN.  If the faster Ethernet speed is needed, the USB to Ethernet adapter is the most practical.


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The spec page for that model indicates Integrated 10/100 BASE-T Ethernet LAN.  If the faster Ethernet speed is needed, the USB to Ethernet adapter is the most practical.


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Thank you  for the quick answer!

Then I have to by one external adaptor.

 

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