Bleeping Computer Forum Rules and Posting Guidelines link Back to top #12 philfil philfil Topic Starter Members 52 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:UK Local time:03:21 PM Posted 08 March 2016 - ther's a couple of ways of ferreting out this info, but a straight-forward method is as follows: 1) click (left-click unless otherwise stated) Start 2) click Control Panel (u may see Bleeping Computer Forum Rules and Posting Guidelines link Back to top #8 RolandJS RolandJS Members 3,716 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Austin TX metro area Local time:08:21 AM Posted 08 March 2016 I salvaged them and was using that, with a normal cable plugged in to provide the male connector to plug into the new computer I was putting on my network. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-100254-network-cable-unplugged-but-isn-t
I tried everything and my new internet connection ran too slow to do anything. Then enter BIOS again and enable. (Wants to ensure there isn't something in BIOS preventing operation.) This was one of the first things I thought of as well and unfortunately, outside If it is simply a network drive what brand is it and what type of ethernet port does it have? There is one downstairs & i have a spare one.
It was a long cable and so I moved my router to try a short cable in the new computer. Back to top Back to Networking 2 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 2 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear BleepingComputer.com → Internet & Networking → Networking This will also give you an idea of whats inside. (crappy little black and white pictures.) If you still cant get it to work call your ISP. All rights reserved.
Each machine that accepts an 8wire RJ-45 type cable 'straight' not 'twisted' (this is a type of wiring scheme that differs at the jack at each end of a cable or Usually after a few moments the arrows go back to green, and I'm able to reconnect to the internet.I'm with AOL using a BT Voyager 100 modem connected to a normal Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Custom OS: Windows 10 Pro Build 1607 CPU: i7-2600K Motherboard: Asus P8P67 Memory: 16GB Graphics Card: Sapphire RX460 4GB Sound Card: Creative Sound Blaster Audigy Some devices don't reset properly so I'm, hoping a total lost of power causes a reset.
It is usually better to start a new thread and provide as much detail as possible when you run into an issue like this. I cannot go any further than this coz both computers tell me that "A network cable is un-plugged". The sheer list of things I've tried to resolve this could make the thread scroll for days so I'll summarize the first week of troubleshooting by saying that after everything that Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Networking & Wireless forum 7 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 discussions
But still, there is a red cross on the local area icon in the tray saying the network cable is unplugged. Put the short cable back in and got the connection. On my son's laptop, I found the Device Manager and the "Network Adapters". But this is an immediate workaround for those of you who are out of warranty or who are on deadline.- Sparky Aug 5, 2009 9:10 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link
I see this error with this RealTek device up and down the internet. weblink So. Answer these questions then we can move on... 0 Sphyenx 12 Years Ago 50 ft cat5e's lol I lovem best 20 buvcks ive ever spent. I tried everything and my new internet connection ran too slow to do anything.
I did not know about these options before. Its your turn now. For instance, if I was using one pc directly to my cable modem and i wanted to change it so that i was connecting two of my pc's (which have been navigate here After saying that, a full installation has been done on both PC's in the 1st place.
Open Device Manager from the left side of the page. Powered it on with this new error. Then enter BIOS again and enable. (Wants to ensure there isn't something in BIOS preventing operation.) You said you tested cable with other device.
Where can I find that information on the laptop?How can I determine if I am broadcasting SSID from the router to let the laptop find it?I very much appreciate your patience Cheers! :cry: 9Contributors 53Replies 55Views 12 YearsDiscussion Span 11 Years Ago Last Post by DMR 0 steosaur(oWn) 12 Years Ago try reinstalling the NICs? 0 Cain 2 12 Years Ago I Forum New Posts FAQ Tutorial Index Tutorials Join Us Forum Windows 10 Forums Network and Sharing Windows 10: "Network Cable Unplugged" on Ethernet Connection Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump You can by an Ethernet to USB device if we get that far.
Plugged the wall-mount plus short cable back into the working computer and it works fine. In 'My network places', all the details are correct, the workgroup is the same, i've enabled file & printer sharing on both PC's & done everything i can think of, but I have no network of any kind on my PC.Naturally, I've checked all cable connections because that's what the message suggests. I'd absolutely love it if anyone has some unique ideas.
Now I don't know if there are "newer" or different cables but the one I plugged it into and it worked was definitely an "old" cable, no fancy colours like red Last eve there was a severe thunderstorm. Am i sticking the wrong wire into the wrong hole? 0 Thong_Ispector 2 12 Years Ago It looks like we have some good people here trying to help you. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended.
I recently... "Network cable unplugged" - but it is plugged in.. Network Cable Unplugged?!OK, after goin around many sites and looking at many "solutions" I can't find one. Feb 27, 2016 12:24 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post Page 1 Next Apple Footer This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational PC has been off for about a month but the network cable was connected.
I think it could well be a solution to my problem and I will give it a try. Thank you for sharing! Helpful +6 Report gunste24 Oct 31, 2009 at 04:00 PM If you are connected via a router, do the LEDs show that the PC is connected ? nothing else would work.
Once you've reinstalled the OS, your Ethernet port should work again. My dad said he's going to rewire it to see if that works, but if it doesn't, does that just mean we need to get a new one? I'm just mentioning this because, while it is possible you have already checked, you did not include it in the things you have tried. I wonder if I partitioned this drive and put another OS on it what results I would have.
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