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Network cable unpluged error sign

No connection to internet replaced modem and ethernet cable phone cable.
isp response is thatit is a software hw problem

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  • little bill Jun 15, 2008

    thanks for taking time to fix my problem. I disabled my network connection then enabled it connection is now fine . Regards Barry

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Hi .

With most issues like this it has something to do with the ethernet cable or modem. If you tried replacing it and stillhave the same issue then it could be on your PC.

You can check device manager first by going through the steps below:

Assuming you are using winxp { almost same steps for vista}:

Start > control panel { classic view} > systems > hardware > device manager and on that window pane look for the +network adapters > make sure your devices ion there doesnt have red X on it . If so right click it and choose Enable. If it has a yellow or red exclamation marks { IRQ conflicts} then you need to reinstall the device by right clicking it and unistall > restart PC and make sure you have your system disk for your PC.

You can also check your network connections by going to start > run > type : ncpa.cpl on the run command and it will route you to networlk connections .Check if your network connection is disabled. , ifYES right click and choose Enable.

If that doesnt hel assuming you have replaced ethernet cable/ modem then might as well buy a new NIC {network interface card} for your PC to isolate the issue.

Other works around for this is using a USB connection to your modem or getting a wireless USB for you computer and get a router instead for wireless conenctivity.

In this way you mayu connect multiple computers in the future and wont have messy cables running throughout your house.

Cheers.Hope this helps.

Let us know soon.

Good luck

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