Problem: When I connect a cable to my computer, it is not recognised/connected and doesn't connect. This occurred shortly after I got the laptop after I changed the HDD to and SSD with the same windows, but from a disk at home. At the beginning it didn't work but after going into the advanced settings of the adapter and played around with the cable speed & duplex, it ended up accepting a 10Mbps Full Duplex cable (the cable is actually 100Mbps) at some point it just stopped working. At the beginning I thought it was because I messed up the drivers somewhere (I was downloading them from Sony's official site for the specific model) but I had trouble getting the bluetooth working and I thought that reinstalling that driver 10+ times messed up something else. But today I reinstalled with the same windows, downloaded the same drivers and installed things only once. This time it didn't work at all. The only possibility I see is changing the cable (which would be a drag considering it's going trough the walls and everything. So I was wondering if there was something else that could probably fix it.
Sony Vaio VPCF22M1E
Win7 Home Premium x64
Edited by Aesis, 25 June 2016 - 04:27 PM.