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"Network Cable is unplugged"

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i have broadband. everything was working perfect until we got a wireless router so we could have internet upstairs too. we installed the program "Network Magic". i really don't know too much stuff about wireless and stuff like that. so i'm sorry if i sound stupid or something

every once in a while Network Magic says "network cable is unplugged" and everything using the internet stops using the internet. (...) i tried doing the Repair Connection thing. followed all directions and still got nothing. after a few minutes the problem seems to fix itself. sometimes for a few days, sometimes for a few seconds. i was wondering how i can fix this. i'm assuming it's the new program "Network Magic". but i could be wrong.

any help would be great.

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Have you tried using Command Prompt>netstat or net view? That sometimes works when your network doesn't work for some strang reason. It also could be the router which goes off sometimes. Also when that happens do you see a error that says something like "Connectivity is limited" by your computers clock on the bottom right?

Try uninstalling "Network Magic' and see what happens.
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