I called my service provider verizon fios went through all of their suggested troubleshooting checked the cable bridged the connection make sure router and cable was working updated all the ethernet drivers for my ethernet card and it says device is working properly but it's not detecting that the cable is plugged in need more trouble shooting tips i can connect wireless but not direct
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Re: Ethernet cable connected not detecting
Make sure you donot have any static ip address in your network, or make sure you didnot disabled your network card, try to look in laptop network card if there is a linking light when you connect the cable? if not either cable or network card has problem.
try this and let me know what happen?
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Quick fix. Get rid of slow cable.
Go to Verizon FiOS if you can for the same services, but much faster and Verizon service is unparalleled.
I have DSL here where there is neither option.
Folks who have FiOS love it.
Assuming that Windows has recognized the modem, and has loaded the correct device-drivers, Windows can use the modem.
You'll need to find an Internet Service Provider that provides "dial-up" service.
You'll need to have a land-line telephone (not a cell-phone) with your local telephone-company.
Connect a 4-wire cable (not an 8-wire Ethernet cable) from the "line" port on the modem to the telephone wall-jack.
Then, follow the instructions given you by your Internet Service Provider to configure your modem to connect to their dial-up server. Or, telphone them, and their Technical Support staff will guide you through the necessary configuration steps.
FIOS and DSL use different modems and or gateway devices. Sounds like you were using a DSL gateway device with networking setup and when you moved to FIOS, the tech did not duplicate your network on your new FIOS gateway. OR you had a 3rd party router e.g. Linksys that was removed from the setup when FIOS was installed.
Either way, Verizon is who you should contact. Just tell them your network went down after you moved from DSL to FIOS. Dont mention Microsoft or Livewebtv.
OMG! Verizon Fios at it again with changing boxes! Well let me tell you if you do not loose signal on a DVD using these same inputs ITS NOT YOUR TV!
Whats going on is further into Verizon system you loosing the signal from the VDSL slam outside in the pill box. This thing will need to be replaced and they are going to blame your TV until you just give up and buy a new TV only to figure out its not your TV.
1. Call them back
2. tell them to check there network
3. if that dont work tell them to check it again
4. if you have HDMI use that instead of the scart connections.
I hope you have luck with Verizon Fios there internet rules but there TV service is sub par!