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Network will not initialize

Network cable was unplugged and when I plugged it back in , I get "Network Initializing" on screen

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  • mfinseth Jul 21, 2008

    This is for the Toshiba E studio 200L

  • larango Dec 04, 2008

    I have the same problem on estudio 4511. Have turned it off and unplug several times and still has not fixed the problem

  • Am Naqvi
    Am Naqvi Apr 02, 2009

    Hi, I have tried and shut down and restarted the eStudio 450 several times and the problem persists

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You need to shut the machine down, turn off power and restart it... it should go through the Network Initializing after it has connection with the network, this screen should go away..

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