Feb 7 2004, 06:45 PM
If anybody can help me with this please help. I have a MS pci adapter model number mn-130 and a 14' crossover cable connected to my xbox. The speed of my network is 100 Base T Full Duplex and when I look on my xbox it has the same thing showing so I know I am connected at the right speed. I use flashfxp and when I transfer a file it transfers at 10 kbps. It took 7 hours to copy a file that was 60mb. I have talked to MS and they can't help. I had another network card and talked to them and they couldn't help me so they told me to get a new card so I got the MS one and have the same problems. I was able to access the xbox through MS networking and copy files through windows explorer but they still only copied about 10 kbps. I am at my wits end and don't know what to do. Someone please help me. I have looked at the networking guide on this site and tried all the things to try and speed it up and nothing works.
Feb 7 2004, 07:16 PM
Assuming you are POSITIVE the ethernet cable isn't damaged, make sure you dont have the cable running next to any high-power sources, or anything that might emit disruptive frequencies like flourescent lights and power lines inside your wall. I used to have bad packet loss when my ethernet cable ran next to my Uninteruptable Power Source (aka Battery Backup).
Feb 7 2004, 08:39 PM
I just exchanged my cable for a new one and I am still having the same problem. Does anybody know what else it could be.
Feb 8 2004, 12:50 AM
take a look at the tutorial in my sig. There is a section that has some suggestions for you to try to troubleshoot speed issues.
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