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Network access problem

In the beginning everything was ok.
Then I disabled the network adapter, and then enabled it, afterwards the network connection has been down.
I'm using ADSL, the ''Ethernet'' LED in the modem should be on, but now it's always off.
I tried to uninstall and re-install the driver for the network adapter, but it doesn't work.
I even re-installed everything, Windows, drivers, applications ... but it just doesn't work.
Could it be hardware issue?

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Contact to ur Internet Provider..Some network cable problem perhaps..

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