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Ethernet cable always appears to be not properly connected when actually it is

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First try by changing the Ethernet cable if it still does not work then it might be a issue with your modem so try replacing that

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Try using Ethernet. That is always the recommended way to connect to the modem, and it works almost 100% of the time without having to install additional software or perform any additional configuration. If you must use USB for some reason then you will need to make sure you have the drivers installed properly before connecting the modem to your computer.

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Use MySafe to back up the files stored on the Ethernet Disk mini Home to an attached USB storage device. This way, if files on the Ethernet Disk mini are damaged or accidentally deleted, you can restore them to their original locations.
There are three main steps to using MySafe,Connecting an external USB hard drive,Backing up files to the external USB hard drive,Restoring files to the Ethernet Disk mini (if necessary)
Before you can back up files, you need to connect a hard drive to your Ethernet Disk mini via the USB port on the back. Use a hard drive that is USB 2.0 compatible.
While connecting an external hard drive make sure your Ethernet Disk mini is turned on and connected to your network.Turn on the external USB hard drive.Connect the external hard drive's USB cable to the USB port on the back of the Ethernet Disk mini, just like you would connect the external hard drive to your computer.Confirm that the drive is properly connected. Log in and click on the Administer HipServ link. Click on USB External Storage under System.
To back up files, navigate to the file or folder you want to back up to the external hard drive and click on the disk icon in the "Backup" column of the file list.When you back up files to MySafe, the Ethernet Disk mini duplicates the file path in MySafe so that everything you back up is organized in MySafe just as in its original location. So, if you copy a file from MyLibrary, a MyLibrary folder will appear in MySafe, with all folders leading to the backed up file.

Always click the Safely Remove Drive button on the USB External Storage before unplugging your MySafe external hard drive. Wait for the interface to change and for the Use Drive button to appear before disconnecting the USB cable from the Ethernet Disk mini. Failure to safely remove your external hard drive before disconnecting the USB cable can cause data loss and/or damage the drive. Always use the Safely Remove Drive feature when disconnecting an external hard drive.

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The LAN cable maybe faulty, try a different LAN cable.

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there is a program on your computer that shouldnt be there thats preventing it from working..go to start then control panel then clink on maintenance+system then click on device manager and any program in the list in yellow triangles you uninstall.

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Linksys WRT160N will not finish installing. On the 4th step it says your ethernet cable does not appear to be connected properly. Error 321. I don't really think its the ethernet cables because i tried 2...


error 321 or 322shows that the cable is not connected to the router and the computer.
That is actually a bug in the CD. Even if the cable is connected it shows that it is not connected.
You can set up the router manually, without the CD.
Click Here for step by step solution

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I always get the following message at step No. 4 (in accordance with the installation software direction): ?Your new router does not appear to be connected properly ERROR 322 New router cannot be detected....


Connect with an ethernet cable then type http://192.168.1.1 into a web browser and see what happens. If you get a log in screen leave the username blank and use the password 'admin' (without the quotes). this will tell you if the router is accessable to the computer.

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Hi there.
Restart the PC and go into the bios to make sure the on-board LAN is enabled, if it is try as jery says and try another ethernet cable.

Post back please and good luck

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That message always comes up if you have the driver loaded for the ethernet port but no cable connected to it. If you are not actually using the port, don't worry about it. Everything is fine.

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I am at step 4 or installation and the message reads your ethernet cable does not appear to be connected properly. I have checked all cables and they are inserted properly.


check if a cable is connected well the light will blink on the ethernet port. After that you cant see the whether the cable is connected just go to the My Network places(if you are using the microsoft windows) and goto network connections and local arear connections, right click it,and go to properties , now you can see the select button with message like (show icon in taskbar when connected ) just select it apply all the setting which is changed and close it reconnect the cable now you can see the message when is cable is connected

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