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Lan connection! Vectra VL400, D9820-60009. No connection with LAN cable.System:Windows XP (family). It doe's connect with UBS wireless card. Is it because the motherboard doe's not detect the connection?

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Is the lan port on the motherboard?
if yes, is the lan port turned on in the BIOS?
Does XP detect the port?
If no, check if BIOS setting is on.

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