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Ethernet network pro ve 10/100 has no link

Did a hardware diagnostics on it and everything is fine
won't obtain ip address automatically

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Please verify your operating system.

If XP, please go to administrative tools in the control panel and confim that DHCP is enabled under services.

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  2. If you connect your cable to the GX, do you see an orange (connectivity) and a green (traffic) light next to the adapter?
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Pls reconnect the Ethernet cable back to the other PC and check how is its getting IP address, automatic (Obtain an IP...) or fix (Use the following...). To do this go to your Control Panel, click on Network Connections, right click on Local Area Connection, click on Properties, highlight Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), click on Properties button. If it is the latter, note down the numbers.

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