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Local Area Connection problem

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Cod Player

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ok, under my networking i have two, local area connections. the 1st one always says local area connection is unpluged, but thats not the problem. Local area connection 2 is connected but ebery hour or so it says a network cable is unpluged and my internet goes down. then i have to go to the back of my computer, unplug my 2wire, then plug it back in to get it connected. Does anyone know how i can fix this problem?
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1. updating NIC driver
2. using a different cable
3. use the other NIC
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Murray S.

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Go into My Networks and disable the one that has no connection ever..

Or, if it is the onboard NIC, disable it in BIOS..

If it is an add-on card, remove it from the system..


Edited by Murray S., 08 June 2005 - 02:57 PM.

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