Question about Systemax Pursuit 2130 Notebook
When I plug in my ethernet cable to connect my laptop to the internet my network icon tells me that the network cable is unplugged. I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling the ethernet card from device manager but that doens't seem to fix the problem, I still get the same error message. I checked the Bios but I can't find anywhere to enable or disable hardware in there so Im probably looking in the wrong spot. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
- If you have wireless card enabled, disable it to see if it fixes the issue. - Did you try a different cable that you know works for sure? -Go to the laptop manufacturer site and download the latest driver, it may help. -Try a different port on your router (if you have one), if you don't then check to see if the cable is secured. -reset your modem and router. -Are you using the correct cable type? make sure it is a straight-throug cable and not a cross-over cable. Here are some more troubleshooting tips from microsoft: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/910389
Posted on Aug 23, 2007
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