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I had to move everything and now i can not find where do i plug it into.....the linkseys blue wire with the clear plug in....where does it plug into

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I'm assuming you mean the internet wires... The one from the wall goes into the modem provided by your ISP (internet service provider) (should be the slot at the very bottom).. :

A) From there, if you have a router, one must go from the modem to the "modem" input on your router.. From there, plug in the cord in either slot 1,2,3,4 and connect it to the back of your computer (it will only fit in one slot).

B) If you do not have a router, just plug the other cord into the top of the modem, and then connect that to the back of the computer.

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