My new PC doesn't receive internet connections through ethernet cable?

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so basically I'm using between 10-15 meters of ethernet cable with two ethernet couplers, for some reason my modem doesn't have lights on either ports and I have two local area connections and one called "ethernet" which has no connection whatsoever, these two local area connections (Local Area C.

so basically I'm using between 10-15 meters of ethernet cable with two ethernet couplers, for some reason my modem doesn't have lights on either ports and I have two local area connections and one called "ethernet" which has no connection whatsoever, these two local area connections (Local Area C. and Local Area C. #2) doesn't have valid IP configuration when troubleshooted..

I tried configuring the IP using the solution base on my search but it's still doesn't work so I restarted it then there's another local area connection #3.

Some say it is from my wires if it is damaged or my motherboard which is something wrong with its port.

When I got my PC they installed it with windows 8.

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renz:
If there are no lights then there's no physical connection. Couplers are generally a bad idea, and multiple couplers are even worse. Each one will degrade the signal and is a potential failure point.

Try it with a single cable only and see if it works. Then you can try extending it… but it'd be better to just pick up a single cable that's long enough for what you want to do.

Jayson:
if there are no lights then there's no physical connection… couplers are generally a bad idea, and multiple couplers are even worse… each one shall degrade the signal and is a potential failure point…

try it with a single cable only and see if it works… then you can try extending it……… but it'd be better to just pick up a single cable that's long enough for what you want to do…

sam:
Internet access is the process that enables individuals and organisations to connect to the Internet using computer terminals, computers, mobile devices, sometimes via computer networks. Once connected to the Internet, users can access Internet services, such as email and the World Wide Web. Internet service providers (ISPs) offer Internet access through various technologies that offer a wide range of data signaling rates (speeds).

Consumer use of the Internet first became popular through dial-up Internet access in the 1990s. By the first decade of the 21st century, many consumers in developed nations used faster, broadband Internet access technologies. As of 2014, broadband was ubiquitous around the world, with a global average connection speed exceeding 4 Mbit/s.

Donn:
if there are no lights then there's no physical connection……… couplers are generally a bad idea, and multiple couplers are even worse……… each one shall degrade the signal and is a potential failure point………

try it with a single cable only and see if it works……… then you can try extending it……………………… but it'd be better to just pick up a single cable that's long enough for what you want to do………

Sohel:
By the first decade of the 21st century, many consumers in developed nations used faster, broadband Internet access technologies. As of 2014, broadband was ubiquitous around the world, with a global average connection speed exceeding 4 Mbit/s.
Stacey:
View and check the network connections first. And enable it. If you still have trouble, plug the cable into another port or swap the Ethernet cable.
Kevy:
Can you remove ethernet couplers and just connect either or Ethernet wire directly to the Modem and see what happens?
Andy T:
No lights equal to hardware damage, not OS itself. Cable is messed up, check it using an otherwise fine machine. This coupler maybe too much for the thing to support it.
Palmer:
can you remove ethernet couplers and just connect either or ethernet wire directly to the modem and see what happens?
Gabriele:
can you remove ethernet couplers and just connect either or ethernet wire directly to the modem and see what happens?

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