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Ethernal not working help pls

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  1. polishguy

    polishguy Thread Starter

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    well this is my mobo P4VXASD2+ and sudenly my ethernal dosent work for my internet i was on te net boom the connection ended when i check on my network theres a X on the connection pls help me
     
  2. Skivvywaver

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    The easiest way might work. Right click on the connection and in the menu that appears click repair.
     
  3. polishguy

    polishguy Thread Starter

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    thx but you know what i used a dust off and that did the job lol i hate dust >_< thx again
     
  4. winbob

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    Polishguy,

    If you are really Polish, then you know where Hamtramck is, right?
     
  5. polishguy

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    well yes i do in michigan but im from canada do you know wheres montreal @[email protected] :p
     
  6. winbob

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    Montreal, oui, that is where I went on my Honeymoon (1st wife) in 1969. The French traffic signs were a "adouleur dans l'âne!" More so now I am sure. :p
     
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