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No internet connection....

A window displays that a connection is unplugged which it is not I check all the wires in the modem and my sons computer still has no internet my daughters however works fine

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Could do wifi, might need a new cable, mine just fried up last night, could go into the start menu then settings click on network connections, and tell me what you see in that could be as simple as that jack is just broken

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