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Blue cord to connect router to computer missing from box. how to get another cord?

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  • piperky Mar 04, 2009

    Thanks so much for explaining that the blue cable is an Ethernet cable. Will go buy one and connect netgear.

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Contact netgear or just buy another one. All It is is a Ethernet cable. They are all the same and are cheap netgear does not do anything special to them.

Good Luck and Please Rate FixYa!

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