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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have an ethernet port under my desk and I have an ethernet cable. When I plug it in, it doesn't connect. It doesn't show that an ethernet connection is established. Please fix

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Have you tried a different ethernet cable from your pc to the jack?


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Just now, Dell Dorado said:

yes i have tried multiple.

do you know where the jack under your desk goes to?


Current:

Dell Precision M6700:

- CPU: i7-3720qm @ 3.8Ghz all cores
- dGPU: K3000M "Gigahertz Edition" 1006Mhz Core, 2004Mhz MEM

- eGPU: Reference RX Vega 64
- RAM: 16GB (2x8GB) HyperX Impact @ 1600Mhz
- Storage: 256GB mSATA w/ 2x750GB HDDs in RAID 0
- Display: Samsung LTN173HT02 120Hz 1080p internal display With 120Hz Input Mod!
Old:
- Custom Desktop w/ i5 4430 and RX480
- Inspiron 7559 w/ i5 6300hq and 4GB 960M (SOLD)

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Just now, Dell Dorado said:

yes it goes to the router

Did you try plugging something directly into that port on the router?

 


Current:

Dell Precision M6700:

- CPU: i7-3720qm @ 3.8Ghz all cores
- dGPU: K3000M "Gigahertz Edition" 1006Mhz Core, 2004Mhz MEM

- eGPU: Reference RX Vega 64
- RAM: 16GB (2x8GB) HyperX Impact @ 1600Mhz
- Storage: 256GB mSATA w/ 2x750GB HDDs in RAID 0
- Display: Samsung LTN173HT02 120Hz 1080p internal display With 120Hz Input Mod!
Old:
- Custom Desktop w/ i5 4430 and RX480
- Inspiron 7559 w/ i5 6300hq and 4GB 960M (SOLD)

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2 minutes ago, Dell Dorado said:

no i havent

I would test it, if it works then the cable in the wall/where it connects to the jacks on either end are bad. You might have to take the jack off and re-terminate the cable.

Edited by Mnky313
typo

Current:

Dell Precision M6700:

- CPU: i7-3720qm @ 3.8Ghz all cores
- dGPU: K3000M "Gigahertz Edition" 1006Mhz Core, 2004Mhz MEM

- eGPU: Reference RX Vega 64
- RAM: 16GB (2x8GB) HyperX Impact @ 1600Mhz
- Storage: 256GB mSATA w/ 2x750GB HDDs in RAID 0
- Display: Samsung LTN173HT02 120Hz 1080p internal display With 120Hz Input Mod!
Old:
- Custom Desktop w/ i5 4430 and RX480
- Inspiron 7559 w/ i5 6300hq and 4GB 960M (SOLD)

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If Windows 10

Start Menu -> Settings -> Network/Internet -> Network Reset -> Reset Now -> Reboot when prompted.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Mnky313 said:

I would test it, if it works then the cable in the wall/where it connects to the jacks on either end are bad. You might have to take the jack off and re-terminate the cable.

give me instructions for a technological noob please

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, rcmaehl said:

If Windows 10

Start Menu -> Settings -> Network/Internet -> Network Reset -> Reset Now -> Reboot when prompted.

thank u my man

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Just now, Dell Dorado said:

give me instructions for a technological noob please

for terminating a cable into a jack you "need" (it can be done without one, but it's not recommended) a certain tool, I would follow a tutorial like this

But if @rcmaehl's instruction works then it wasn't a hardware issue. You should also try another PC/laptop before doing anything with the jacks.


Current:

Dell Precision M6700:

- CPU: i7-3720qm @ 3.8Ghz all cores
- dGPU: K3000M "Gigahertz Edition" 1006Mhz Core, 2004Mhz MEM

- eGPU: Reference RX Vega 64
- RAM: 16GB (2x8GB) HyperX Impact @ 1600Mhz
- Storage: 256GB mSATA w/ 2x750GB HDDs in RAID 0
- Display: Samsung LTN173HT02 120Hz 1080p internal display With 120Hz Input Mod!
Old:
- Custom Desktop w/ i5 4430 and RX480
- Inspiron 7559 w/ i5 6300hq and 4GB 960M (SOLD)

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Mnky313 said:

for terminating a cable into a jack you "need" (it can be done without one, but it's not recommended) a certain tool, I would follow a tutorial like this

But if @rcmaehl's instruction works then it wasn't a hardware issue. You should also try another PC/laptop before doing anything with the jacks.

i dont think it was a hardware issue because people i have another router and i can connect that through ethernet

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