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LAN cable unplugged on laptop

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Hi, for a while now i have been unable to connect to the internet via my laptop with linksys router. I figured out that the problem was with the router and now i have to relink the laptop router piece with the main box. Until recently that had been working fine and i had the internet but now, my computer says that the LAN cable is unplugged. Since it is a laptop, there are no cables comingo out of it except the battery cable. So my question is, is there a way for me to "plug" the LAN cable without taking it to get fixed? I could really use some help ASAP. Much thanks!
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