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My Internet connection does function, my netcard gives a yellow light, and so I do not have a network connection. Is my netcard failing, and to solve the problem, should I buy a new netcard

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Go to your device manager. find your network device. Uninstall. reboot your computer. It should find the device upon reboot and set all your settings back to default.

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