Simulation games lan stopped working

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Simulation games LAN has stopped working. Its green light is also not blinking. I checked switch also but I think there is an inner problem. What problem may occur in LAN card?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #158917

Simulation games lan stopped working

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Hi,

I see that your LAN has stopped working. There can be many reasons for that. Check the following points:

1. Check whether your internet connection is working or not. You can check this by visiting any website on your web browser. If it is working then go to the next step.

2. Go to control panel and check the LAN settings. If it is disabled, enable it and restart the computer.

3. If the LAN is enabled but you are still not able to use it check whether other users can connect to the LAN.

4. If the above steps do not work, then it is probably the problem of your LAN car and you may have to replace it.

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Simulation games lan stopped working

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If you are playing a simulation game with somebody over a local area network and the game is interrupted because of a connection or a network problem, the first thing to check is the network cable before going to the actual network card. Normally, when your computer is connected properly the network card flashes the green and orange lights alternately.

Since you said you don’t see the green light flashing, maybe you got a loose cable. Go at the back of your CPU then disconnect and reconnect the network cable from the network port. After that try if you can both resume the game. If the game can no longer be restored because of the interruption, try if you can start a new game with your friend.

This way you can check if your network is now working. If there is still a problem and both your computers can’t find each other, try replacing or changing the network cable you are using. Or if you are in the same place, try changing the network cable on his CPU. Also try disconnecting the network cable on his CPU and then reconnect it again just like what you did on your computer.

I’ve experienced it most of the time when I’m playing with my nephew and the culprit is always the network cable.

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