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Ethernet problem wireless g adsl gateway with 4 port switch The dsl internet locks on as does the wireless for the laptop (which connects fine) but the ethernet cable will not connect so I cannot go online with the desktop. Keep getting a message saying the cable is unplugged (which it isn't). Now have 30 e-mails backed up which i need to get to

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1. Restart your router
2. Restart your computer
3. Check your ethernet cable. Try another one if possible
4. Try to connect to another port on your router

10. Your port on your PC is dead(Heat by lightening)
11. Your router is bad

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