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COMPUTER SHUTS DOWN

MY COMPUTER WORKS FINE UNTIL THE ENET CORD IS PLUG IN AND IT POWERS DOWN AND STARTS OVER TO THE WINDOWS PAGE AND IT KEEPS DOING THAT CANT CONNECT TO THE INTERNET ANY SUGGESTIONS

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I want to say just one thing that use Ethernetpedia App.then u understand many thing realated to it.

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If your problem starts after enable your ethernet connection means it can be a network adapter (Ethernet card) problem or the cable problem.

When there is Hardware failure or malfunction in any device windows use to get restart - its a safety procedure that windows itself checking to correct the issue.

Check your network cable (ENET cord) for any damages or short circut with the help of a cable tester or connecting this same cable to a networked pc if its ok then you can check your network card driver and test the network card with ping command - to do so

Doing network card test

go to RUN -> type cmd then enter when u get the prompt type 127.0.0.1 if it reply three times then your card is ok otherwise try to replace it wil another pci network card.

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Posted on Jul 23, 2008

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Go to Device Manager in that go to Network adapters and right click on ur Lan card go to properties, in that go to Power management and uncheck the box which say Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power

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Hi,
Possible solutions:-
1:) Faulty Ethernet Card or Slot on motherboard. Possible sharing violation.
2:) Faulty-Broken-D Cable.

Solution:- remove card, and insert into another vacant PCI Slot.
check cable for kinks or breaks.

Mike @ Compurepair.

Posted on Jul 23, 2008

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