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Hi there,

I'm going to try my best to describe what's happening, but I am a total computer geek, and (not in the good, smart way.

Here's what's wrong:

I can't access the internet using the ethernet port on my computer (I am currently using the USB port). I contacted my high-speed cable company, I bought a new ethernet cable, I purchased a new modem, and according to the computer, all of the hardware and drivers are operating correctly. However, I keep getting the "Local Area Connection, network cable is unplugged message". What am I missing? And does this make any sense, cuz I'm about to go bonkers.

Thank you so much for your time, and I hope that doesn't sound like total gibberish. :tazz:
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