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Do not understand how to connect ethernet cable to computer

Cannnot find where to plug in ethernet cable

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Plug into where, Your computer? If its a old computer it may not have an ethernet port, If your wondering about the router On the back there should be 5-6 slots 4 close together and 1 on the side maybe circled in a yellow colour, plug it in there.

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