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RJ14 Connection Issue

Posted on 2010-11-18
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Hi,

On the back of my PC I have what looks like a small ethernet connection or socket which I believe is called a RJ14.

I am trying to connect my PC to my new modem which has an ethernet socket.

Can I purchase an adapter from any where?

What other ways are there around my issue I seem to be having?

Ziggles.
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get a usb ethernet adapter simple - straight forward or you have to go for a pci network interface card
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oh right.  I have seen them but wasn't 100% sure they would work.

Thanks.
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