Auto_Disable_Gigabit.txt Driver File Contents (

================ All PCI/PCIe 8169/8168 10/100/1000 NETWORK ADAPTER =============

Q. What is 'Auto Disable Gigabit' ? Why have this feature ? Who requires to use this feature ?

A. This feature is for power consumption.

   When users change the setting to 'Re-Link' and user unplugs and plugs network cable again,
   the driver will automatically disable gigabit capability.

   Gigabit has much higher power consumption than 10/100 MBps.
   For notebook users, it is recommended to turn on this to reduce power consumption.

PS :

   This option MUST change to 'Re-Link' to enable 'Auto Disable Phy"

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