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It only means that it's the no. of times you installed your adapter for LAN or that is the total no. of LAN adapters insatalled on your computer.

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Keep stating network cable upplugged


The message is from you wired network adapter not your wireless adapter.
Go to Network Connections and open the Properties of your wired Local Area Connection (LAN) adapter. Change the notification setting at the bottom of the window.

I hope this helps.

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Local Area Network is missing on Network Connection for XP


There are time that the LAN icon under network connections are not showing and you cannot get internet connection. These are easy steps to fix the LAN problems: - Click on start- Right-click on My Computer and choose properties- Click on the Hardware Tab- Click on Device manager - Click on network adapters- Then right click on the Ethernet controller under the Network Adpater and choose uninstall- after uninstalling, right click on Network Adapters and choose Scan for hardware changes- then let windows re-install the Ethernet drivers and reboot the computer.- you can now check the internet connection.-Enjoy!
Thank you using this Tip from Fixya.

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Local Area Connection is Now Connected, BUT DC


You Say: " The lan cables are having no problem at all and also the modem and the router. There are no problems there at all. It's just troublesome whenever this box pops up"

If you want to disable this from popping up, just click the connection icon in "network connections" , "properties" , and unclick " Notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity".

But I think you have a real issue causing this and I would go into the propertirs for your network adapter and remove EVERYTHING, reboot, and put it all back in. Make sure you look at all the properties under TCP/IP etc. and set it all back the same as it was.

This will essentially reinstall ALL your networking componants back to Brand Mew!

If you have problems after this, you have a stting wrong somewhere or a hardware issue.

GL!

Aug 23, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Network Connections missing icon. Plus others problems.


XP tags "Local Area Connection #" with your Network Adapter. If you have a built-in LAN, it will take Local Area Conn 1" and when you disabled it and plugged in a new network adapter, it will be named Local Area Conn 2 and so on in that pattern. Your Local Area Connection will only be back when you plug the original Network adapter that XP tagged as Local Area Connection. It is not "variable" where you can choose how to name it.

Jul 31, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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I HAVE A BUILT-IN NETWORK ADAPTER IN MY COMPUTER FUJITSU, M0DEL FMV 6000CX2 HOW CAN I INSTALL IT AND MAKE IT WORK.


Normally it is automatic enable.
U can see a local network connection (LAN) icon appear under network connection. The icon will show u unplugged if u did not connect to any network or devices.

If u did not see the LAN icon, then u need to check under device manager whether there is any missing driver.

Mar 10, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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My computer (Dell) unknow Network Card


i) Click on Start button ---->Select option Control Panel------>Select Network Connections----->
  a new window appears showing the "internet connections icon " Such as:

  Local Area Connection 1 or 2 or 3 and since you are not connected it will show this icon as:

eg1: Local Area Connection 1 or 2 or 3
  Network Cable Unplugged, Firewalled
  VIA compatible Fast Ethernet  

  in this case u can download VIA network drivers....from internet..


  or 

  eg2: Local Area Connection 1 or 2 or 3
  Network Cable Unplugged, Firewalled
  Realtek RTL8139 Family Fast Ethernet NIC

  in this u can download "Realtek RTL8139" network drivers.... from internet(which is showing model     no: RTL8139 through google search engine )


                                                                 (OR)



ii) Click Start button ---->Select RUN option ----> type in the text box devmgmt.msc --->Select               Network Adapters....

    but this will show wheter ur network adapter or NIC is VIA or Realtek or......but doesnt show the           correct Model NO: of VIA or Realtek....

    so i would suggest to follow the step (i)



Thanking you

M.Sridhar

   

Dec 25, 2008 | Dell Ethernet Card Network Adapter

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Dell Ethernet Network Adapter not being recognised


i) Click on Start button ---->Select option Control Panel------>Select Network Connections----->
  a new window appears showing the "internet connections icon " Such as:

  Local Area Connection 1 or 2 or 3 and since you are not connected it will show this icon as:

eg1:  Local Area Connection 1 or 2 or 3
        Network Cable Unplugged, Firewalled
        VIA compatible Fast Ethernet  

        in this case u can download VIA network drivers....from internet..


                      or 

       eg2: Local Area Connection 1 or 2 or 3
       Network Cable Unplugged, Firewalled
       Realtek RTL8139 Family Fast Ethernet NIC

       in this u can download "Realtek RTL8139" network drivers.... from internet(which is showing              model no: RTL8139 through google search engine )


                                         (OR)


ii)        Click Start button ---->Select RUN option ----> type in the text box devmgmt.msc --->Select                Network Adapters....

           but this will show wheter ur network adapter or NIC is VIA or Realtek or......but does show the             correct Model NO: of VIA or Realtek....
  
            so i would suggest to follow the step (i)



Thanking you

M.Sridhar

   

Nov 23, 2008 | Dell Ethernet Card Network Adapter

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Problem with my lan port


did you check the cable that is it working fine???
and the other thing does your network connection shows that the local area is unplugged if it shows then it is definatly problem with the wire or Connector.

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My laptop cannot connect to my local network (LAN)


Assuming you initially set up the router using the wired lan adapter and lead, enabled DHCP in the settings. First stand right next to your router; Dells wireless is a little tempremental, go to control panel and in there should be Dell wireless monitor, open this up refresh it and see if it finds any wireless networks, if so try to connect. Dissable your wired network lan adapter. Go to the properties of your wireless card and on the TCP/IP line click properties again and ensure that obtain an ip address automatically is selected, press ok and restart the pc.

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Can't connect to internet


The issue could be with the wifi connection that your wifi adapter is connected to. If your running a windows based system, go to the system tray and right click on your wifi connection symbol (SSID) and see which network your connected to. Every LAN has its own unique name of their Local area network (LAN), if its not displaying your LAN SSID name but a different SSID name then thats the problem. If thats the case, then once again right click on the wifi connection symbol in the system tray and change the wifi connection to your SSID for "view available connection". Your wifi adapter could be picking up a wifi connection in your area and you do not have access to their LAN.

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