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All equipment facilities installed on Dell OptiPlex 790 are listed below. In order to facilitate the search for the necessary driver, choose one of the Search methods: either by Device Name (by clicking on a particular item, i.e. PCI\\VEN_00CC&DEV_00CC) or by Device ID (i.e. PCI\\VEN_00CC&DEV_00CC).
ONLY way I can get this working is one of two ways. I have to unplug power, not just shut it down. I need to kill power from the board entirely. Wait 10secs, then plug it back in. Then upon starting up, its set to gigabit with no issues. Other way is to change a setting in Bios which when you exit/save it causes it to kill power to the board for a second. So the fact that killing power to the board fixes it, tells me its some hardware or firmware level issue, clearly not the driver.
Im having the same issues, the only way ive been able to get the NIC to negotiate back to 100Mb/s is to disable the card and then re-enable it. However after a little while it will jump back to 10 Mb/s. I have a dell optiplex 9010 like every one else here. It does look like an actual issue.
It is recommended to start the KVM session in S0, excluding use cases that require starting the session in Sx. In Sx the network speed is set at 10Mbps. Opening a session in Sx and then powering up the machine will keep the original Sx network speed of 10Mbps until the session ends and there is a reboot or driver initialization. Moving to S0 before opening a redirection session avoids this network speed limitation.
I've installed the recent (08/08/14) driver release \"Network Adapter Driver for Windows 8.1\" ( _Desc.aspxDwnldID=23071&lang=eng&ProdId=3299 Intel Download Center) and the issue seems to be resolved thus far.
When the Install Wizard shows up, click the option that says Next to go to the user agreement page. Click Accept, then follow any additional steps until you get to the option to click Install. By clicking, you will install the necessary drivers to access your wireless network connection. Finish and complete the installation by restarting your desktop.
Now that the drivers for your external wireless adapter have been installed, your desktop should treat your wireless adapter as the primary internet connection. You should be able to easily connect to your wireless network connection as you would on any other device with a wireless adapter.
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