Question about Computers & Internet
1) Your BIOS is not configured properly, in which case you would need to enter your CMOS setup at boot (usually by pressing the DELETE key, F2, or another key), and enabling the ethernet port.
2) If that is not the problem, your ethernet port has failed, and you would have to replace the motherboard.
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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