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 Connecting a PC using Crossover Cable and Internet Access.?

Answer To share between computers, and still access internet, you need two network adapters in at least one machine. One adapter connects to the internet (wired or wireless), the other adapter connects to... Read More »
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My laptop has stopped connecting to internet via bt hub. it says "a cable is not plugged into network adaptor.?

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My Dad has managed to block internet access after 10 o'clock using the cable I have in my bedroom?

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Difference Between a Crossover Cable & a Straight Cable?

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