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Re: Network adaptor
Are you inquiring on whether a network adapter can be replaced? Upgraded no but replaced is yes. As long as you have an open slot on the motherboard you can replace or put in a new network adapter.
As for the network cable unplugged try changing the cable first. Secondly where is it connected to? Also is your existing network adapter built in to the board or is it a separate card
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prior computers have builtin network adapters that functioned as cable connection either dial up phone lin or ethernet cable connections. Computer of the recent generation have wireless adaptors that derive connective within radius of modems also known as wifi. Observe the computers made models as reference to ascertain whether requires cable connection to network or capable of wireless reception. Computers that are provided network structures by an expert would recognise either as requiring cable or wireless. Depending on the coniditon of computer structures requesting to establish a network structure is acheivable. Refer with a computer networkin technician that would evaluate the devices at the location to ascertain the requisite structures to establish networking telecommunications. For example, refering with an expert ascertains that the computer requires modems to capture the signals or modern devices require a miniature adaptor device attacked to the computer.
A network adaptor is an interface device that allows your PC to communicate with other computers and the internet. There are wireless and wired adaptors.
Wireless adaptors usually connect your PC to the network through a wireless router and modem. Wired adaptors (also known as ethernet adaptors) connect your PC to another computer, a router or a modem using a cable.
You need the Network Adapter and you have to sign up and pay money/ month http://au.ps2.ign.com/articles/366/366021p1.html f you are hooking it up to a DSL cable/modem, 1. Remove the sticker covering the network connector on the Network Adaptor and plug your Ethernet cable in the connector labeled NETWORK. 2. Plug the AC power cord for the PlayStation2 system into an electrical outlet. 3. Turn on the PlayStation2 system and start the Network Adaptor Start-up Disc. If you are hooking it up to a router: 1. Remove the sticker covering the network connector of the Network Adaptor. 2. Connect an Ethernet network cable from the NETWORK connector of the Network Adaptor to an available LAN port of the router. 3. Connect the WAN port of the router to the DSL or cable modem. 4. Connect a personal computer (not pictured) to an available LAN port of the router. Use a web browser on the PC to set up the router to reach the Internet. 5. Follow the specific instructions that come with the router. There is no additional installation for switches. If you are hooking it up to a LAN: 1. Remove the sticker covering the network connector of the Network Adaptor. 2. Connect an Ethernet network cable from the NETWORK connector of the Network Adaptor to a wireless Ethernet bridge. 3. Connect the WAN port of the wireless router to the DSL or cable modem. 4. Connect a personal computer to the router. Use a web browser on the PC to set up the router to reach the Internet. 5. Follow the specific instructions that come with the router. For pictures, see the thread here: http://www.funadvice.com/r/3js7klmkua
-- check the device manager of your computer
-- for win xp - go to right click on my computer - manage - computer management - device manager - on the right hand side that the netgear adapter is listed under network adapters or other devices
Connect the adapter then connect the console back together...Turn on console......Go to network configuration...Make sure u are connecting the adapter from the back!
If you are not able to achieve a connection for several attempts this means your should check warranty status for the adapter also.........If you unplugged it while the console was one you could of shocked the cable an blew the fuse.......Normally when u detach any components with a usb port u should alway make sure every thing is shut off before so.