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i want to throttle DOWN my NIC in Vista

Posted on 2009-05-06
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I need to throttle my NIC on my DELL Precision 450 using the onboard NIC. I am using Vista Ultimate SP1.
I read a few things on how to turn throttleing off but I want to control it and throttle it down as needed.
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device manager properties, advanced (should appear as long as the driver is correct), in there you'll have something like "speed / duplex" or something similar.
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thanks for replying. I already had taken a look at those settings.
I was looking for something with more control that would allow me to control my thru put like MB/min or somethihng like that. I'm, assuming due to the lack of response that maybe this isn't possible.
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I'm looking for the same - seems it would be a simple thing for a nic to do.
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