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I’ve confirmed LAN is on the in BIOS. The settings all look right. But it’s just not working at all. It doesn’t see the cable connected at all and this is very frustrating.
Wireless worked perfectly right out of the box.
You’re not trying to connect via LAN when you are already connected via Wireless, are you? Did you have Windows (if you use Windows) diagnose the failed connection? You need to provide more details.
No, I’m turning off the wireless to try this out.
Is the LAN adapter on the Sammy enabled? Are you connecting directly to the internet or via a work/home router? Using fixed or dynamic IP address assignment? Is the firewall on or off? Is the ethernet cable new, or is there a chance it is old and faulty? Does the same LAN and cable work on your old laptop?
You might also try installing the latest LAN driver version from the NC-10 website.
Bizarre – I rebooted a couple of times and now it works. Weird.
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