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When attempting the surf the internet or to stream video, my ethernet light will simply stop blinking. When streaming video I often get a message that says my internet speed as slowed. The problem is not all the time when I am on the internet. Sometime there is blinking of the ethernet light and at other times there is a very slow blink or none at all.

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