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HP Pavillion dv2000 is not detecting the network cable for lan

It is not detecting the cable for internet and in Manage Network connections for LAN the status is Network cable unplugged when it is not unplugged.It stopped working all of a sudden after a HP update. It is a windows vista os. I think the ethernet controller is Marvel Yukon.
Any help is appreciated.

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  • prajnakarkal Nov 21, 2008

    Will give that a shot today

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Ok...so...unhook the cable completely

go to control panel

device manager

and see if the ethernet device is clear or has some mark on it..you may need to remove that or disable it, then re install


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