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    No Connectivity

    I posted a help message earlier (My Network Adaptor is not recognised). Thanks for the replies but both suggestions related to updating the driver of my net adaptor and reassurance that my adaptor was within the kernal. I updated the driver but still no connectivity. Now I know it's not my cable modem because I took my laptop to a friend's house and his cable modem didn't work either. This has left me completely mystified. Any more ideas?

  2. #2
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    Arizona, USA
    could you clarify please, is it not connecting through the IP address, or is it because of the ethernet port? thanks
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    Oct 2003
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    is it a usb modem and if so what brand and model?

    Er... this seems to be the same problem as your previous thread
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    Hi john, please keep all posts relating to this issue in the same thread as it helps people who are following the situation to keep up with what is happening.


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