Question about Dell Ethernet Card Network Adapter
The yellow light means that it's not connected with a compatible driver to the computer or it is not connecting to your network for some reason.
Green, means everything is, ok.
I've encountered this before on some off brand network adapters, and tried other ones, and that was the only way I could make it work...
in an unknown system.
However, since you say that yours worked before... that tells me that you think it should work, again. But, something could have changed in your network.
Are there any other components on your network, like a switch that could have gone bad, or bad wiring?
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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