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Lan network connection

Msi laptop lan connection stoped working- as if disconnected

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  • yanai Feb 15, 2008

    no that is not it, I tired two different cables....

  • ditee May 29, 2008

    I have got the laptop one month back. When I plug on the cable to have a LAn connection, my laptop does not show the LAN icon and in the network place too LAN does not come up. I have Windows XP.

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First thing to do is to try a different cable. I pressume that it hasnt been disabled in network connections by mistake?

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