Gigabit ethernet card only showing speed option of 10MB and 100MB in driver properties

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Ethernet adapters
Gigabit network adapters
HP Compaq
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I am running Windows 7 on a Shuttle SN26p w/nforce4 and I am not getting gigabit speed out of my on board ethernet. Gigabit ethernet card only showing speed option of 10MB and 100MB in driver properties. I have tried several drivers and whats funny the title in the device manager drivers stats Ethernet 10/100/1000 but when I go in to properties no dice. I have an older hp pentium4 doing the same thing with onboard ethernet. On that system I put a ethernet card in it and the driver disc that came with it work fine to show full gigabit connection. It is just both onboard ethernet that won't work. I have tried several drivers installs and even reinstalled the OS on both systems. I am at a lose I would appreciate any help.

Software/Hardware used:
Shuttle SN26p and HP/Compaq Pentium4

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Sounds like a mismatch between your NIC and Win7. Have you contacted the vendor directly?

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  • Chameleon008
    Unforunately both systems are long out of warranty. But I think I will shoot off an email and see what they say. Thanks.
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