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Old 26th March 2009, 08:07 AM
Jencat Offline
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cannot get internet through wired connection

I just installed Fedora 10 for the first time on my HP Pavillion desktop.
Everything worked fine and I installed the first set of updates.

Then I wanted to install KDE so I did that. Then it told me there were more recommended updates. After installing KDE, I started to install the updates and when I came back today the wired connection wasn't working

Can anyone help me get my wired connection working again?
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