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Windows Server 2003 Standard Computers upload speeds running at .30 KBPS when they should be running at 3 Mbps.

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Windows Server 2003 Standard Computers upload speeds running at .30 KBPS when they should be running at 3 Mbps.  All other computers are running at the correct speeds on the network.  They are all plugged into the same Switch, and all have the same gateway.  I have 2 Server 2003 standard computers that are having the same issue.  All 25 other computers on network are running fine.  
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check the nic cards on the problem pc's and see if you can change the duplex on them to full. if that doesn't fix it check and make sure the drivers are up to date. then if you still have an issue look at your switch and see what speed its running and check and make sure its set to full. just because the little pop up says a speed doesn't mean the nic is actually running that speed.
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No Change.
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so the two problem servers what is the max speed there cards will run? and your switch settings are correct?
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My Cisco router turned out to be the reason for the problem.  Replaced it and both servers started uploading at 3.0 Mbps.
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This didn't solve the issue but it put me on the right track into finding the problem.  Thanks for your help.
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