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A good surge can take out every NIC on the network. A really strong surge can push the damage past the NIC and fry the computer’s motherboard. qxp 40 2/12/07 6:23 PM Page 40 Part I: Network Basics Distance Depends on What You Choose to Measure Your cable run has to connect every computer to the concentrator, but you can only buy patch cable in specific lengths. The longer the cable, the more you pay. Ethernet networking kits have one piece of cable for each connector in the kit, and each piece of cable is the same length (usually 20 or 25 feet).
Run another cable between the computer and the concentrator. If that works, toss the old cable in the trash. If neither of those steps cures the problem, the adapter is probably bad and needs to be replaced. If your warranty is still in effect, contact the manufacturer for a replacement. Otherwise, disable the connection and buy a replacement NIC (make it a USB device so you don’t have to open the computer to install it). No Signal Can Be Found error For a wireless adapter, the error No Signal Can Be Found is the equivalent of the Ethernet “Cable Unplugged” error.
I also discuss some of the technology that’s available for your network. The particulars and the installation steps for all the different types of networking hardware and software are found throughout this book — look for the appropriate chapter titles or check the index to find the particular pages you need. Why Would I Want a Home Network? I believe that anyone who has more than one computer in the house should definitely have a network. That belief has its roots in the fact that I’m generally lazy and miserly, and I believe everyone should do everything in the easiest and cheapest way.
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