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Can't connect via cable, but wireless works fine

I can connect to my router via wireless without a problem. The same computer won't connect via cable, the light on the router just flashes really fast and gives limited connectivity. Have re-installed the network drivers, new cables all round and have also set the computer to be a fixed ip address and the router a fixed ip address. My other computer connects to the router fine through cable, I just can't have both on cables. I can only have one on cable and one wireless

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  • hugoswitcher Oct 16, 2007

    I disabled everything as soon as the problem began. It still won't work properly. I have further narrowed the problem down to the router only running at 10Mb/s and will not accept 100Mb/s Lan. The 2nd computer is only running 10Mb/s lan

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Seems you are using winXP-P. Your firewall might be blocking it. Or your virusscan program might be blocking it. Come back after disabling these features and trying again.

Posted on Oct 09, 2007

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