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Clarification.. I have the hub unlinked to the modem. I then have all three PC's coming our of the hub and into the CPU. What have I done wrong?

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Sounds like everything is hooked up correctly. Try plugging in the computers that aren't working one by one into the same port the working one was plugged into to see if you have a bad hub. Let me know if that works for you than we can take it from there.

Posted on May 28, 2008

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