I went to Dell website and downloaded driver R for my specific Service Tag. At this stage, I would like to confirm whether everything is working fine now. If not then I’ll start them one at a time till I find the cause. Hope this helps I also found this nasty glitch but luckily for me my Dell Latitude D had a wireless driver that was compatible so I did like you said and sure enough that driver did the trick now I am back on Ethernet. This took seconds as I mentioned in my first post.
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So I used this troubleshooter to hide the update.
Windows 10 – Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller
How this will increase the network performance? The best solution I think.
Here are some suggestions you can try: Thanks, I could not find driver on computer. Brilliant – same problem on my HP xw Workstation.
Why is Network so slow?
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Upgraded driver to latest. I opened Network and let it complete so my other computer was visible and I could browse it. Once I figure out what the trigger is, I’ll try Wireshark Ethereal replacement and see if I can figure out what it’s doing.
Im really sorry if its not understandable, Im having trouble with writing in English and I’m not really smart with computers too Blames my computer for running too slow? I had a upgrade today from Windows 7 to Windows 10, after three hours of waiting it was finally done but there was the one and only problem: This thread is locked.
Installed the version Done, no effect 3. It’s using the version Hence, we usually can test the issue in Safe Mode with Networking to eliminate the cause. Thanks for marking this as the answer.
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Really pleased that this is fixed now using the In reply to Jeremers’s post on August 11, Reverted back to betxtreme standard Win 7 driver ver I installed Win 10 and had no wired Network access. Hardware Ids from Device Manager properties: I’ll disable everything via msconfig and do a normal boot and see if the problem still occurs.
Disable Jetxtreme Offload options http: From the Run command: It worked before with Windows 7.