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Help needed with “LAN connection”?


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dr_iton

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I have a problem with LAN connection on the internet.
It is not that I don’t understand how to make a network configuration, but the problem exists as following:
After I’m plugging network cables in ADSL Modem and LAN card I see the following picture:

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Someone from you probably it will suggest me to update the LAN card driver or to check out if the cables are properly connected. I did a driver update and (I plugged in the same cable in my Laptop LAN card and it works fine), the result of problem fixing is negative.
If I check out the Device Manager I see the following:

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So according to the computer properties you’ll see that everything works properly.
Now I do use the internet only from Wireless card.

Is someone from you who can give me any suggestion what to do or someone has the same problem and fixed it.

My PC has the following characteristics:
BIOSTAR Group
Model: GF7050V-M7 Intel Pentium Dual CPU E2200

The LAN card is integrated in motherboard.

P.S. I tried the following:
Start > > Run > > Regedit
Than found the location: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID
I deleted: {7007ACCF-3202-11D1-AAD2-00805FC1270E}
Rebooted the PC, no success.
I’ve gone to LAN card properties and chose Configure -> Advanced -> and to Link Speed/Duplex Mode I changed to 100 - half – duplex

To be honest I never had such of problem and the only hope for me to fix this is your advice.

In advance I thank you for your reply.
Cheers.
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netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt

run that from a command line, its not a wise idea to start deleting registry keys with absolutely knowing what you are doing.

Is there a link light on the back of the NIC?

After doing the netsh command, run ipconfig /all from a command line and paste the results.
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First I did:
Start --- Run --- cmd and pressed Enter
I wrote netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt
and pressed Enter
Than ipconfig /all and got this message:

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Is there a link light on the back of the NIC?

Yes there is a Green link light which is sometimes blinking.

P.S. Before deleting the registry key I mentioned in my former reply I did a registry backup so I turned back to before deleting it.

Cheers.

Edited by dr_iton, 31 August 2010 - 02:06 PM.

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I don't know how come but after i rebooted my PC the LAN Connection works perfect now.

Thank you diabillic for the solution.

Cheers.
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:)

the netsh command resets your TCP/IP settings...probably something corrupted/missing.
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