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Which 1 to use

Iv recently brought a pb computer it only had land line connection so i brought a network adapter so i could use it with my cable ive noticed another place were my cable lead fits is it useable thanks

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Re: which 1 to use

If it is a RJ-45 connector yes you can use it, The landline uses a RJ11. If the cale fits in the connector then it is a RJ45 connector and you can use this connection. If it works with your internet connection take the netwotk card you bought back. Hope this helps.

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