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USB option on my Wireless-G router is not working. The wireless portion of the router is operating well. The LED for the USB comes on when I boot the router, but then goes out. My PC connects to the internet using the USB port from the router, but I just get a "network cable unplugged" error message for my LAN. The USB cable plugged in.

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Your computer sounds at fault, try to connect another computer via usb or network cable and rule out the possibility

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