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Ethernet cable does not fit into computer

I'm trying to connect to the internet but my ethernet cable does not fit into my computer

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  • shaz_brown Oct 30, 2008

    i have been told that i need to have a ethernet cable put into my computer but i dont know where, how much or how easy it is to fit, does it just plug in or what??? i have a wireless adapter but my internet supplier says i need a wired connection first.. please help!!!!

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You might be trying to plug the ethernet cable into the modem. This is smaller than the ethernet connectionbut looks the same. If there is no ethernet connection on the computer you might need to have a NIC card install.

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