4. A certain computer on your Fast Ethernet network seems to be acting sluggish. After ensuring the 10/100 Mbps NIC is not malfunctioning, you decide to find out whether it's configured to transfer data at 10 Mbps rather than 100 Mbps, as it should be. How could you find this information and change it, if necessary
d. By modifying the NIC's EEPROM settings using its configuration utility Note: Answer C, "by modifying the NIC properties through the operating system," is also acceptable, as this is possible on some systems.