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The ethernet port is not working, and the network card is not being detected in device manager

The network card is not working when connected to another device via an ethernet cable and is not being detected in device manager. Can you tell me what is wrong please? I have installed all the latest drivers from the net.

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my packard bell easynote wont detect ethernet cable

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    i have a ibm thinkpad i series 1300 1171-1vu laptop running windows xp and its not wanting to read my ethernet port in device manager i have wireless card in it but want to use reagluar hook up its making me mad i cant find any solutions ive tried several things i cant find a driver for it because its not reading it, i bought this old thing from a friend of mine and it came like that i dont know what to do please help me

  • Sasismart Apr 25, 2008

    my network card is not working

  • CreamSoda64 May 08, 2008

    My Ethernet port isn't in the device manager, and nothing happens when I connect it to something. The light on the port is on, so it's working, but I cant find it.

  • blackonedots Aug 13, 2008

    My internal network is not enabled and i cannot enable it. My LAN on My Network is not activated, it comes and goes when i shut down and restart! please help!!!

  • Anonymous Apr 29, 2009

    I have the same problem. My internet was going so slow until I realized that it was a bad connection to me ethernet port. After a week it just stopped working all together. I have a cheap *** Acer laptop windows vista. I guess its just a cheap computer

  • brian c
    brian c May 11, 2010

    Two questions:

    1. What are you trying to connect it to?

    2. Does the laptop also have internal wireless?

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Hi I have hp notebook and It needs netwrok card for external for internet it was working good but suddenly stopped please tell me soultion I am so afraid

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My system Network adapter is not working. so i checked another one external card connect , at the time internal card automatically worked? how ? pls tell me i am very confuse

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Sound like you need to reapir the Network connection on that card. Either hit repair it will the cord is connected or send me a message and we an get started with the soultion for you. I can send you a link to ix your problem

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