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NIC card How to disable and enable the NIC card

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Right click on My computer
go to Properties
Go to Hardware
Go to Device Manager
Click on the +sign
Right click on NIC to disable and enable it

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Hello,
Click here to see how to disable and enable the NIC Card in Windows vista and xp if you have any different OS please let me know i can help you out with that too.
Thanks.

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You can do that from Device Manager follow this steps: Right click Mycomputer > Properties > hardware > device Manager and there you will see network adapter click on the plus sign and you will see the list of adapter to disable and enable it just right click the device and you will see the option to disable or enable the device.

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You can click Start > Settings > Control Panel > Network
Right click on the network connection and you can disable it or enable it

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Click --Start --run-- type in cmd and hit <enter> (this will bring up the dos box)

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