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Solid Orange Color on Lan Port even without cable

Sunday, June 16, 2013 Posted by Glenn Von Posadas 0 comments

No internet access? But you are totally sure that all things are clear and set?
So here is the thing, most people would think (especially when there is a thunderstorm) that any NIC (or lan card) would just burn itself easily. When I saw that the port on the back of my computer produces a solid color orange even with or without cable, I thought that port was ughhh all gone, thought I should buy a new card. But, here is the way to determine if your card/NIC is broken:

First, go to myComputer, right click and then Properties.
Second, click DEVICE MANAGER.
Third, expand the Network Adapters. You can check there if really your adapter is not working or disabled.



Problem: IT SAYS IT IS WORKING PROPERLY, BUT STILL NO CABLE IS DETECTED.

Answer: Check if your adapter is disabled, if so, just enable it and then bam! All set!

article by: Glenn

additional tags: orange color in lan port what does it mean?, troubleshooting lan port 101, 101 with the nic card, no internet access in my pc, orange stable led in lan, no green color in computer, there is a wifi but no lan, troubleshooting internet connection

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