If you are having trouble connecting to the Internet but your modem is plugged in and you have a good connection, then it may be that your network cable is not properly connected. One of the most common problems with cables is when they get disconnected from their respective ports. If this has happened to you, don’t worry! This article will show you how to fix it quickly and easily. Step-by-step instructions: If you’ve identified that your cable has come unplugged, the first step is to identify what type of connector it was connected by. Most cables will either have a coaxial plug or an RJ45 plug on them. The former looks like a thick cylinder with copper wires going in and out of it; the latter looks like a boxy rectangle with eight metal pins sticking out. Next, find the corresponding port for that specific connection type – generally these ports are labeled and easy to spot. Lastly, push down firmly until you hear/feel a click! Now do this same process for any other loose connections nearby just to be safe (i.e., telephone cord). This article can help

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