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Destination host unreachable

My lan card suddenly stops working and it displays destination host unreachable, i bought a new lan card and installed it without any errors , but the problem remains the same , i have checked the cabeling also , but no response

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Re: destination host unreachable

Hi you should check your network settings ie IP ADDRESS, DNS etc, and also check to see that your proxy settings are unticked. John

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Re: destination host unreachable - D-Link DFE-538TX Network Adapter Network & Wireless Adapters

Just system format and try again

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