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Crossover Cable Unrecognized?

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#1 vayne24


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Posted 18 April 2009 - 01:35 AM

I had bought a straight through network cable and used it to transfer files between 2 computers but then I wanted to play LAN so I went back to the shop and ask them to make it a Crossover Cable

But Then When I connected it to the computers, One would recognize it and the other one won't displaying "Network Cable Unplugged"

I tried to reverse the ends but the same computer would display "Network Cable Unplugged"

Could it be that the network adapter does not support Crossover Cable?

The name of the adapter was something like Sis ######

Sorry If I can't remember since I'm not at home while typing this since I lost my Internet Connection at home

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