asked on 27th Jul 2011 | 1 Answers | Answer It!
You get this kind of message when the cable/port may be bad, Please try the following steps:
(a) Verify that the cables are properly connected and that the hub or switch has power.
(b) Card is not receiving a signal from the network so try to swap with a known good cable.
(c) Verify that all network hardware is plugged in to a power supply if it is required and is turned on.
(d) The value for the Media Type property on the network adapter may be set to Auto Select..
(e) Delete any older network profile created in the Windows.
(f) Verify that the network card is capable of pinging or seeing itself by using the ping command. Ping localhost. This should show a listing of replies from the network card.
(g) Reinstall the network card drivers with the latest version available.
(h) Change the port on the router/hub.
(i) Restart the Router.
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