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I had to switch my network cable to a USB because the network card appeared bad.
Then I replaced my Network card twice but I still cannot get a network connection.. I've also replaced the network cable twice.
The Drivers for the card are installed. I uninstalled the card and let the PC find it again and install the drivers. My network provider is Comcast they tell me there is nothing they can do.

My goal is to put in my router between the Network modem and the PC so I can use my laptop.. But it has to be a network card & cable..

Suggestions please....
 

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If the connection directly from the modem to your computer is crappy, it's probably the modem at fault.

This could be a noisy line, or just a failing modem. What model do you have? I used to have a late model Motorola SurfBoard, and when a comcast tech came over to check out some line noise problems, he said it was an 'end-of-life' modem, and replaced it with a new one.

Is there another computer you can use to test this? If that one doesn't work either, then it's almost certainly a problem with the modem or line noise.
 
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