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#1 Grufle


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Posted 28 May 2014 - 04:26 AM

I have a problem with my lan adapter. 
I stopped working the other day after a restart it just say that there is't any cable connected, so i tried to remove the cable, and i tried it in my laptop and it works there. 
I tried another cable and to uninstall the drivers and reinstall it still nothing, checked if it was enabled it bios it is. 
I then reinstalled windows just to be sure, still not working, so i figured that the adapter was dead and bought a new one it does the same thing. 
Both the old adapter and the new on is from realtek, the first one is on my mother board and the new one is a pci card.

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