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No pc connection light on netgear d834g router/modem (wired connectio)

I am trying to connect a netgear d834g modem / router to my pc (wired). All the light are on except one of the number lights showing that the wired connection is recognised. Can you help please

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The two reasons are
1. the cable might be damaged. if so then you cannot get the signal.
2. the light might be gone.

you can check these two errors with the following

start->run->cmd
ping <gateway's ip address> -t

if you get reply then the cable is ok and light gone.
if you don't get reply then your cable might be gone.

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

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