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Old 25th July 2013, 14:44   #121
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first check if the LAN driver loads up, once you connect the cable. If it does not get acknowledged, I think the LAN port is npt set up correctly.
Sure, I will try it out today when I go home. The thing is if I connect my old non-wi-fi router to the desktop it works perfectly fine with the desktop. I can connect to the Internet. So I thought that there must not be any problem with the lan card on the desktop.
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Sure, I will try it out today when I go home. The thing is if I connect my old non-wi-fi router to the desktop it works perfectly fine with the desktop. I can connect to the Internet. So I thought that there must not be any problem with the lan card on the desktop.
- One connecting to net
- The other is connecting to the router itself.


- Before connecting to net, you should be able to connect to the router.
- Hence I suggested check if you can ping to 192.198.1.1. If that does not work, it means LAN port is not up.
- If that is up and net is not working, then it means, you need to check the connections settings. May be its the DNS which is mucking it up.
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