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Connection to my Desktop not working.

Our router stopped working. The connection is like this:
I have my main modem cable connected to the router. From the router i have my main desktop connected. Since this is wireless router, my laptop works fine. But my main desktop that has the wired connection, does not connect to the internet.
I did some hit and trials,like rebooting the router, the modem and then restarted the system.But nothing worked. The light that used to be turned on when the cable gets connected from the router to the main dektop is not lit now. Please let me know, what needs to be done.
Thanks.

Regards.
Gagan.

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Try and change the cable from the router to computer with a new one and do the same with the modem and see if connects. Hopefully it's just the cables that are faulty.

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