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Ethernet Not Working Plz Help


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Hien

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Hi,

I recently made my computer and yesterday i shifted places and thus connected a Ethernet cable since the new place is much closer to the Main modem...( i have been running on wireless upto now)....

Problem:

I connected the wire to the ethernet port on my motherboard.. which happens to be Asus P5N E SLI

And i see a red and orange light.... but when i checked on the moden it was green... their is one more computer which is connected to the modem which happens to the be the main computer.

THINGS i noticed:

i tried fixing it my self but to no avail... i did notice i have three lan connections under " SHOW ALL CONNECTIONS

1. 1394 connection 2
2. Local area connection 3 ( Microsoft loopback adapter)
4. Local area connection 4 ( Nvidia nforce networking controller)

All of them seem to be firewalled...( so i tried removing the firewalll and still ti wudnt connect)

i even tried going to internet options>connections>lan settings> and clikin on detect proxy aautomatically..it still wudnt work


i also tried reinstallin the asus nvidia ethernet controllers... but in vain :)


PLz help im currently running on wireless and its very slow.... and keeps disconnecting randomly preventing me from getting any work done :)( :)((((



i would very much appreciate ny helpppp


THANKS

Hien

Edited by Hien, 21 March 2008 - 08:09 PM.

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Hien

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T_T...sumone helppp plsss
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Turn your computer off completely. Make sure the cable is connected between your computer and the router.

Start your computer.
Go to Start
click Run
type: cmd
hit enter
in the black box that comes up type the following: ipconfig/all >c:\ipconfig.txt
hit enter
once it completes, Go to Start
My Computer
double click C:\
open the file named ipconfig.txt
Paste the results in a post please.

Thanks.
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