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Cable Unplugged/connected

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#1 fill


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Posted 13 October 2006 - 04:08 AM

Hi, i am having a problem in my office with the internet connection.
We have a wireless router with 3 laptops running wireless off it and a PC connected via cable.
We also have a printer linked in via cable through the router.
The laptops work fine and we can print OK, however the PC keeps flashing the "network cable unpluged" and "newtwork connected" message constantly on/off. The PC can get on to the net, but sometimes gets kicked off when the unpluged message appears.

Can anyone advise on what might be causing this??
i have tried new cables but to no effect.


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Posted 13 October 2006 - 10:16 AM

I used to get the same message but the net still worked. Right click it and open network connections and disable the one that you dont use.

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