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Connection Problem Hi,When i plug ethernet cable , i can't see the LED of the cable on and by the way Power LED doesnt always green, it always winks.. is this something we can fix by soldering or do we need to buy a new one? and what couses this problem?thanks from now

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Are you using windows service pack 3? sometimes SP3 gives problem on the lan card. Even the lan card was installed, the router or hub never detect it. That's why your hub is keep on blinking.

Posted on Aug 11, 2008

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Maybe its not in the hub/router, or in your lancard has the problem. try to change the networking cable you are using it sometimes the cable has a teared wire inside, or probably the lancard or your hub does not work for the type of networking cable, there are 2 types of connection for UTP cable first is the Straight through cable and the second is the Cross Over connection. Try to mix and match the cable that you have and try to use another one instead..

Posted on Jan 15, 2008

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Emachines Will not detect ethernet cable


With the machine on and the cable connected on both ends (1 to computer and the other end to the Router or Modem that needs to be powered up) look where the cable plugs into your computer. Is there a green or orange light on. There may be two. Normally one that stays on steady is the CONNECT. This one is normally green color LED. When Data is being transmitted a second LED will be flickering showing data transfer. If you have no LED lights showing directly by the Ethernet cable, try another cable. Reminder: also make sure you have power on the router/ cable/dsl modem.
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I also have the DGS-1008D 8-port switch and it connects fine at gigabit speeds between my 5 PC's - I would check the cabling again, as mine was plug and play. As soon as it was hooked up and switched on, I got the green light for the gigabit connection - my 100mb router (also D-Link) connects with an orange light, as it cannot achieve gigabit speed.


Hi there and thanx for the reply.
I have connected PC's with the gigabit cards to the point where the one machine connects at 1Gig. All machines connect at 1 Gig at that specific point. So it is either the cables itself or the connection in the jack itself problem

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What Orange light are you refering to? You have an orange and green LED on the block of the Ethernet connecter, if the cable is plugged into the plug and the other end is terminated into another deive such as a modem,bridge,router or switch the orange light(led) should come on as that indicates a valdi link hence being called the link light, the green light(led) indicates data being received or transmitted. If orange flash with sparks(bad) from the plug it means there is power on the cable..very bad as this could be due to the ethernet card that is faulty or the device on the other end of the cable is faulty.

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Hi there you can try

Temporary Fix
This always works in case you need your printer for Emergency ^_^.
  1. Turn off the printer
  2. And unplug the printer power cable
  3. Press and Hold the POWER button
  4. Plug the power cable again
  5. The indicator (LED) should be green
  6. Press and Release the RESUME button, the indicator (L.E.D.) should be orange
  7. Press and Release the RESUME button again, the indicator (L.E.D.) should be green
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  9. Windows will detect new printer and you just have to install it again.
  10. It will create a copy of Canon i320 printer. Just delete the old one and rename the copy.
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Plug an ethernet cable into the wan port of the router from your virgin modem... then plug ethernet cable from computer into a port on the router....that should solve your problem.

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Hi,

Appreciate the "Ask Me".

On your post, pls try:
  • click on Start, Control Panel, Network Connections;
  • right click on Local Area Connection;
  • click on Properties;
  • click on Configure Button;
  • click on Advanced tab;
  • highlight Connection Type, in the Value box, select Auto-Negotiation;
  • you may be asked to reboot.
You could also try the 100 Base Tx Full Duplex or the 100 Base Tx Half Duplex.

It would seem that the orange led indicates a 100mbps connection while the green is for 10mbps.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

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I have a Compaq SR 1000 desktop set and I can't get the power to go on. When I plug the unit in a green light in the back keeps blinking. When I disconnect, hold in the power button the blinking stops, but...


Hello shapscomp

The blinking green light is likely your Ethernet card's LED. Is the blinking light located near your Ethernet (network) cable?

It sounds as though your power supply has failed. You may be able to purchase a replacement power supply for it.

Would you like some assistance in deterimining if that is the case?

Thank you
BJ

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Hello, Good question..Phone line to DSL modem, Ethernet cable to WAN port on Router. If connecting a PC wired to Router, connect Ethernet cable from 1 of 4 LAN ports on Back of router to ethernet port on PC. This would be Physical connection...
It's always smart to set a restore point in case something goes wrong during installation of any program. For wireless connection from laptop or PC: install router software on computer. Reboot computer. In browser address bar enter 192.168.1.1. This brings up a window for user name and password. Enter "admin" for both. This allows you to change many settings including Changing SSID(Router Name), User name and password. Enabling WEP or WPA security. Hope this Helps, Good Luck..!!

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