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Network NO GO

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I had a network set-up between the 3 PCs in my house, however since my brother moved out taking his PC with him I have been having problems. At first 'Limited or No Connectivity' messages were being displayed, this was solved by removing the lead which was no longer in use as it was still connected to the hub and going through the network wizard again. After this it worked fine - if a little slow - until a day later when the system tray icon started saying 'a network cable is unplugged' now the network is down again and the lights for all of the hub's ports are on despite there only being two cables connected to it.

Please help me, and do you think there could be a connection between the two problems that I have had?
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