Downloading speed

  LANDCRUISER 13:04 03 Jul 2003

For some reson my computer has change its setting on wan(ppp/slip from 400mbps to 10 mgps how do you change it back to 400 mgps

  Gaz 25 13:08 03 Jul 2003

You mean the adapter speed changed?

  LANDCRUISER 13:23 03 Jul 2003

if this is what is called then you must be right

  Gaz 25 16:08 03 Jul 2003

You cannot have 400Mbps broadband if you are a home user, that is near backbone speed.

What is this for, Firewire?

  LANDCRUISER 16:25 03 Jul 2003

if you have windows xp then look into window task manager & at the bottom of it you will find local area con mine is 10mbps & wan(pppslip was 400mbps but know shows only 10mbps i like to get 400mbps again

  Gaz 25 16:37 03 Jul 2003

Umm, very odd.

I see what you mean, mine shows 400Mbps,

have you checked the settings for the adpater in Network connections?

See if it connecting to the correct adapter and all settings are correct.

  Gaz 25 16:55 03 Jul 2003

I did not send an e-mail, so I dont know what that was about.

  Gaz 25 16:59 03 Jul 2003

What network card are you using?

Try repairing connection?

Have you tried a system restore to before it happened?

  Gaz 25 17:18 03 Jul 2003

What corrected the problem?

Can you post it here?

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