Bit of a strange one here.
Forthe last 24 hours have had ridiculously slow connection via a wired ethernet connection on my PC, yet my wi-fi connection on my laptop, phone etc is still working at top speed.
Any ideas why this might be and what I can do to solve it?
1. Try a different port on the hub. Could be a failure on the port but check 2. below as well
2. Try a different cable.
If the cable doesn't help and neither does changing the port then the hub is probably faulty - if you are within a contract ring up BT to ask for a replacement which will be free.
It is also possible that the PC may have suffered a port failure as well .
Could be a port failure on the hub or PC, or the cable has failed.
Connect the cable to a different port on the hub. Change the cable if that doesn't help. If still no luck then the hub is probably faulty but you may need to rule out a PC failure of sorts.
If it's the hub and you are in a contract then ring BT to request a replacement which will be free.
It could be a failed port on the hub or PC or a cable failure.
Try a different port on the hub then a different cable - if no luck then the hub could be faulty but you will need to rule out the possibility of a failure with the PC.
If it's the hub ring BT and ask for a replacement - if you are in a contract then it will be free.
Could be a failed port on the hub or the PC, possibly a cable failure.
Switch to a different port on the hub , then try a new cable if that doesn't work. If both those fail then the PC may be at fault but it could well be a faulty hub. Ring BT for a replacement which will be free if you are under contract.
I would also check that the driver for your pc network card is up to date from card manufacturer and not rely on windows update