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Network cable unplugged

Q: Network cable unplugged

Hi There -

Hoping someone can come up with a new solve on this. My asus Eee PC has "lost" it's connection to the atheros AR/8121/AR8113/AR8114P network adaptor.

I have downloaded and installed the latest drivers, tried reboot, tried creating a new connection. Computer says the device is working fine but no internet still and the unplugged error persists.

Is it simply that I need a new card?

Please help the ASUS is dangerously close to a window.......................

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A: Network cable unplugged

What errors come up? Also, this is a wireless connection right?
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Any suggestions? Any further questions? Thanks!


A:Network cable unplugged error, but it's not unplugged

If it is not unplugged, you have a damaged socket, damaged cable, or damaged or defective ethernet card.
What error flags to you have in the Device Manager?
What is your Dell model and how old is it?
Using a strong light and a magnifying glass, look for bent or twisted wire in the ethernet socket., or just plain ol dirt, dust, hair, and fiber.
Still, a bad cable is most user's most likely problem. Do't forget that the other end of the connection can give you the same error message.
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A:Network Cable Unplugged error: cable is plugged in

Quote: Originally Posted by sodivided

It has a tab for Cable diagnostics, which says the following (Pair/Length/Status):

1-2 0 Normal
3-6 115 Normal
4-5 0 Normal
7-8 191 Short

Have you tried a different network cable? Your diags here say you have a short on 7-8.
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A:Network cable unplugged message when using ethernet cable

Is that your only connection? What is your network setup? Are you running through a router or a switch?

Try another cable. That one may be bad.
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A:Network Connect flips between 'enabled' and 'Network Cable Unplugged'

Have you tried manually setting the port duplex/speed?

For this to work you need to be able to specify the speed/duplex on both ends of the connection (i.e. at the switch as well as the machine).
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A:Network Cable unplugged

Does this machine connect with a wired or wireless connection?

Please supply the following info, exact make and models of the equipment please.

Make and exact model and hardware version of the router.
Model numbers can usually be obtained from the label on the device.
Connection type, wired or wireless.
If wireless, encryption used, (none, WEP, WPA, or WPA2)
Version and patch level of Windows on all affected machines, i.e. XP (Home or Pro), SP1-SP2-SP3, Vista (Home, Business, Ultimate), etc.

Please give an exact description of your problem symptoms, including the exact text of any error messages.

Have you tried to do a system restore to before the problem occurred?
If you're using a wireless connection, have you tried a direct connection with a cable to see if that changes the symptoms?
For wireless issues, have you disabled all encryption on the router to see if you can connect that way?
For wireless connection issues, have you removed all the stored wireless network profiles and then searched for the network?
For wired connection issues, have you booted in Safe Mode with Networking to see if that changes the symptoms?
Have you connected directly to the broadband modem to see if this is a router or modem/ISP issue?

On any affected computer, I'd also like to see this:

Hold the Windows key and press R, then type CMD (COMMAND for W98/WME) to open a command prompt:

Type the following commands on separate lines, following each one with the Enter key:





Right click in the command window and choose Select All, then hit Enter.
Paste the results in a message here.

If you are on a machine with no network connection, use a floppy, USB disk, or a CD-RW disk to transfer a text file with the information to allow pasting it here.
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A:A Network cable is Unplugged... XP w/SP3!!!


Re-install the Chipset drivers if you havent already.

Have you tried updating the Firmware of the BIOS? Have you changed the patch lead to see if it is faulty? Changed the port on the switch?

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A:Network Cable Unplugged

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A:Network cable unplugged

Please update your lAptop specifications to your user profile
Aj Series is not enough details

My first concern is your Lan driver may require updating
Next would be if it's disabled accidentally (check in network connections)
Next would be if you have connected directly to the Modem or not
Next would be your ethernet cable (have you tried another?)
At this point (without further info) I can only suggest a Virus and Antimalware scan
You could also try uninstalling your personal Firewall and uninstalling your Antivirus (especially if it's AVG)

Please reply back with (non SHOUTING) results
By the way, it's not SP3
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A:Network cable unplugged

Check for loose connection's ....
did you try again...
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A:Please Help!! Network Cable Unplugged?!

Hi DannyBoi3k,

Welcome to Vista Forums!

First, check the following article to see if it helps: How to Use Wireless Broadband (Dongle) on a Ps3 | Computersight.


If that doesn't work, try the following You Tube video showing how to setup the connection:


If that doesn't work, try the attached PDF file at the end of this post to see if it helps.


If that still doesn't work, you have to run the internet off of your computer and plug an ethernet cable into your ps3 from your computer then go to your connection on your computer (Vista: Control panel > network and sharing center > manage network connections) right click > properties > sharing, and select allow other users to connect through this computers internet connection.

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Primary: 208 67 222 222

Secondary: 208 67 220 220

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Secondary: 208 67 220 220

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A:Network cable unplugged

I've experienced the same thing, never tried to do anything about it, but I haven't seen it for awhile. Check your network connections-rite click on a co0nnection, select properties. then rick click on the items in the "this connection uses..." box and check the notifications.

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A:Network cable unplugged

Quote: Originally Posted by osirisko


i've decided to try out windows 7 64bit. after fresh clean install i had an issue with drivers for my integrated network card, which i installed from CD i received when i've bought MB, which is ASUS P5B Deluxe with following network devices :
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Marvell 88E8001 PCI 1x 1 Gbit/s LAN.

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marvell yukon 88e8056 pci-e ethnernet controller

and then 3 "other devices" left with yellow exclamation mark :
ethernet controller
rtl8187_wireless (i've disabled this one since i don't need wireless)
unknow device

i also have tried to install newest drivers from marvell homepage, but nothing has changed. i've also tried to setup speed on both network devices from auto to 100mb full and half duplex, but i'm still getting cable unplugged message.
i didn't play with router so far. my network was working with XP32bit without problems.

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LE: i've also tried to go directly with my internet cable without router, but the result is the same.

Have you tried to use Marvell 88E8056 PCIe for your internet connection? That's the one I use without any "cable unplugged" message.
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A:Network cable unplugged

it could be a problem with the netowrk card. Try getting the latest drivers for the network card.
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A:Network Cable Unplugged

How do you connect to the Internet on this PC? (i.e. DSL, Cable modem, dial-up, wireless router, etc.)
Do you have multiple NICs in the PC?
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A:Network cable unplugged??

Rigth click on the icon will bring up network connections. Highlight the offending LAN connection - should have a red X on it.

Right click
Select Disable.
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A:Network Cable Unplugged?

Dont need the help anymore! Not really sure how it happened, but when i took it home and plugged it into my home router my laptop recognized the cable, and when i got back to rez it also worked...
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Hello Ania and welcome to Tech Support Forums................:D

Is this a new machine or has it been running on a network with the same hardware?....................
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A:Network cable unplugged

Is the network cable unplugged?
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does it actually work ?

try another cable and then another port - try to eliminate the PC
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A:Network Cable Unplugged

Are you absolutely sure that the cables you have tried are crossed and not striaghts?
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A:Network cable unplugged???

Hello alerick,
Can you tell us what the problem was that made you carry out a system restore, it may be necessary/easier, to undo the restore and fix the original problem.
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A:Network cable unplugged

paTrisha, have you informed the network administrator of your new laptop? It may just be that when you originally signed up with your old laptop that they registered the Mac address as a user. It (their servers) sees your new laptop, with a strange mac address and it won't allow it on.

Just an idea.
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A:network cable unplugged

try checking to make sure ur network cables are securely locked in.
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A:Network cable unplugged

Welcome to TSF!

Are you on a Dial-up connection?
A computer with a red X through it next to your clock?
If you're on Dial-up you can disable that because it's for LAN or High-Speed Internet.
Go to Control Panel/Network Connections/right click on Local Area Connection>Disable.
That should get rid of it, but only do that if you have a Dial-up connection!
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A:Another network cable unplugged

I updated firmware and appears to be working fine.
I had looked at doing that before i posted on forum but when i went onto routers website there was no update for version i had....then for some reason i got onto the UK home page instead of the US and there the correct version firmware was to download.
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A:Network Cable is unplugged

I would try another ethernet cable. Maybe yours is broken.
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A:Network Cable Unplugged

Does it work with the new NIC? or has the problem remained despite switching out network adaptors?
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I tried to change wire and update drivers, no luck

A:Network cable unplugged


Had to change the Duplex settings to 10 Mbps Full Duplex as auto and 100 does not work. Odd error it has been working for a long time
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A:XP - "Network Cable Unplugged"

Welcome aboard Did you call Comcast to check your settings?
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A:network cable unplugged?

Generally means a problem with the router LAN port, the cable, or the NIC.

Please show ...

Start, Run, CMD, OK to open a command prompt:
(For Vista type CMD in the Search box after Start)

Type the following command:


[Note that there is no space between the slash and ALL.]

Right click in the command window and choose Select All, then hit Enter.
Paste the results in a message here.

If necessary use a text file and removable media to copy the results to a computer with internet access.
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A:network cable unplugged

Plug the cable in and look at the network card where you plugged the cable in. There should be lights that are lit up. Are there lights lit up? If so, what color are they. If the lights are not lit up, then the card is most likely bad. Also, if it is an onboard network card, then check the BIOS to see if it is ENABLED!
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A:network cable unplugged

Start/Run...type devmgmt.msc and hit Enter/

Do you see any yellow or rred markings by any item?

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A:Network Cable Unplugged

What kind of errors are reflected in Event Viewer...relative to your connection/network?

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A:Network Cable Unplugged

Control Panel/Network Connections.

Check to see if Local Area Connection for your network adapter is enabled. If not, RIGHT click on the adapter, enable it, see if the resolves the issue.
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A:Network Cable Unplugged

Please supply the following info.

Make/model of the broadband modem.
Make/model of the router (if any).
Connection type, wired, wireless.
Make/model of network card or wireless adapter.
Make/model of your computer.
Version and patch level of Windows, i.e. XP-Home SP2.

In addition, you didn't say if your dad's computer suffers the same issue, that would be useful information.
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A:LAN network cable unplugged

Are any lights appearing near the port where the cable is plugged in? Look on both ends of the cable.
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A:Network cable unplugged?

We call this Thread Hijacking, so I've split your thread out. We work on one problem in each thread, much less confusing.

Turn off ALL firewalls, and see if that doesn't help.
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A:A network cable is unplugged

sounds like you have a problem with the cable/jack in that area
Can you move the computer from the other room so that you connect directly to the router rather than go through the wall that would confirm the wall cable/socket
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A:Network Cable Unplugged

and also, what tests can i perform to help solve this problem?
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A:Network cable unplugged

Hi mwilson65, and welcome to TSG.

Is this the only computer that is using a wireless connection to the router? If so, is the wireless access point turned on in the router. Do you have any wireless encryption turned on in the router?
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A:Network Cable unplugged

If this multiple machines can't connect to the ports on this router, and your machine connects using a wired connection to another network, the logical assumption is that the ports on the router are bad.

You say you get a connection with the laptop to the wired ports? From that "working" laptop connected wired and wirelessly to the router, let's see this.
Hold the Windows key and press R, then type CMD to open a command prompt:

In the command prompt window that opens, type type the following command:

Note that there is a space before the /ALL, but there is NOT a space after the / in the following command.


Right click in the command window and choose Select All, then hit Enter to copy the contents to the clipboard.
Paste the results in a message here.

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A:Network Cable Unplugged??

I have a d-link router and have the same problem and Have had it for 2-3 years. Like you said, I open Emule (file sharing program) and the dlink starts rebooting. I think its a defective router... GL
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A:"network cable unplugged"

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A:'Network cable unplugged'?

do you happen to have mcafee on that pc at all - a recent update caused network issues
if so
have a read here - and remove mcafee
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A:Network cable unplugged

I would think the "cable unplugged" messages is about the wired network adapter. Or do you have a cable attached to that?
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A:Network Cable Unplugged

you need a crossover cable if you are connecting the computers directly
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A:Network cable unplugged *please help :(

and welcome to the Forum

Does the internet still work?
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A:Network cable is unplugged.

New or not, I still vote for a faulty NIC. I had one customer recently who had a new computer and he bought a cable from me and complained that it was faulty having had the same symptoms that you are having. Long story short: it seemed that the female RJ45 jack on the NIC card was faulty (probably a cold solder joint, but that is just a guess.) He replaced the card and, magically, my cable started working for him.
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A:Network Cable Is [NOT] Unplugged

This typically requires the latest Realtek driver for Windows 8.1. I'm not exactly sure which Realtek PCI-e adaptor you are using. You might also try the Windows update center.

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what operating system are you using
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A:cable network unplugged

You probably have a damaged cable , i would replace it.
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A:Network cable is being seen as unplugged

Remove it from the devices, reboot. Check then. Are there any lights near it that come on when you plug it in?
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A:Network cable unplugged

Does device manager report the adapter is fully functional?
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A:network cable unplugged????

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When I lose the connection, must disconnect power than boot-up.
What did I miss?

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A:Network Cable Unplugged

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A:Network cable unplugged?

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A:Network Cable Unplugged

Do you use a docking station? If so then your notebook might be loading the profile for that.
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A:Network Cable Unplugged

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A:Acquiring network address / network cable unplugged

Rule #1: never allow Windows Update to update your hardware drivers!

Okay, there are lots of other more important rules; that one's probably about #23 or so. Still...

Did you try the "Roll back driver" option to go back to the previous working version? You could try obtaining an older version of the driver and force the system to install that... you don't specify what version of Windows, but most of them try pretty hard to make things mindless for the users and so may not be replacing the bad driver with the one you want if it thinks the bad one is "more suitable".

First, boot into Safe Mode, go to the Device Manager, and Uninstall all the instances shown of the network adapter.

When you reboot, Windows will redetect the NIC - tell it you want to "Install from a list or specific location", then "Don't search. I will choose the driver to install.", and finally use the "Have Disk" button to point it at the older version of the driver. It may complain about it being an older or uncertified driver, but tell it to use the driver anyway.