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Solved: local area connection network cable unplug

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by dal4nee, Jan 6, 2009.

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  1. dal4nee

    dal4nee Thread Starter

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    l have windows 2000 and l keep getting local area connection network cable unplug
     
  2. Wanderer2

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    bad cable, bad wall port, bad nic.

    try a tested as good cable
    try a different port
    replace the nic
     
  3. flavallee

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    Is this a single computer that's connected directly to the high-speed modem?

    Is this one of multiple computers that share a connection that's connected via a router to the high-speed modem?

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    If a router is involved, connection to a different port. A router port will occasionally go bad.

    Try restarting the computer.

    Try resetting the cable modem.

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  4. dal4nee

    dal4nee Thread Starter

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    Thank you! my problem has been solved. l changed Ethernet wires, and switch port on my router.
     
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  6. dal4nee

    dal4nee Thread Starter

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    l said thank you ,but l will said it again thank you! maybe l didn't post it in the right place l am new at this. keep up the good work.:D
     
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