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why is my network connection doing this?

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Lt. Max

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i was transferring files from one comp to the other and this is how it transfers them.. it seems like theres a lot of collissions or something.
this is screenie of network activity...

tia
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David

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Hmmm.. is it a direct connection from one PC to the other? What are the transfer speeds like?
 
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Lt. Max

Lt. Max

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i was doin it through a router.. i noticed it at first.. then i changed the router and it still did it.. i dont have a crossover cable right now so i couldnt try direct connection..
o yeah.. and i looked bhind my comp.. my NIC card lights went blank when the network connection dipped.. so it like turned off for a sec

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Lt. Max

Lt. Max

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hmm.. im sending to my brothers computer that worked fine.. might be drivers on my friends computer then. ill tell him to check it.. its integrated lan on msi nforce1 board

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