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"A network cable is unplugged"

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OK, so we've had this same modem for several years, and it's been good to us up until last year. Every so often, there'll be a day where it keeps saying that the network cable is unplugged and go back and forth, on and off, all day long. Sometimes this will last more than one day. In the event viewer, there are multiple errors all saying that the IP address cannot be renewed because the lease is expired. I've unplugged the modem, plugged it back in...all of that good stuff. What I don't understand is why everything is fine the majority of the time, but then there'll be this going on. Help!
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HI altopower,

You have Given Incomplete Info,There Are Many Possibilities For this Message and its not an error but kind of alert. Are You Connected With Wireless or are you Connected using the USB Port , If You Are Connected Using the USB Port , Then Disable the ADAPTER BY Right Clicking on the ICON That SAYS NETWORK AREA CONNECTION UNPLUGGED

In case in Future If yOu Need to Enable to Ethernet Port Then

CLICK START >> RUN >> Type ncpa.cpl
Right on the LAN CONNECTION corresponding to your ethernet card and click ENABLE
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