How to resolve router connectivity issue - red X over network connection icon?

rhames

I have a new Asus CM series PC that I can’t get to connect to the internet. It tells me that I’m disconnected and displays a red X on top of the network connection icon. I’m using a Netgear router, and when I connected it to my laptop it worked. What should I do to resolve this?

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jimlynch
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The best I can do for you is the Asus support page:

http://www.asus.com/support

Sorry, I haven't used that computer so I can't give you a better answer. Good luck.

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