No wired connection found.

I am currently on my 2nd 360, and I don't want to have to buy a 3rd but a couple night ago due to a storm that happened overnight i think my ethernet port got fried. I have been using xbox live for quite a while and now it wont even register that there is a cable installed. I have had to get a new modem, due to the storm and I have also switched the cable but it still doesn't even show that it's connected. If it is a lost cause then I guess I am going to have to buy another console as I don't see a reason to pay 100 for this one to be repaired when I can get a new one for 150.

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 0 Applies to:

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You could try some of the steps here: support.xbox.com/.../cant-connect-to-xbox-live-wizard

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I've done this, but when I click "wired connection" It states I need to connect an ethernet cable. I've used 4 different cord and none of them register.

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Hi,

You've already nailed your issue I'm afraid. The storm has knocked out your Ethernet port. You will certainly need it repaired or by a new Xbox. I would recommend you use an RJ45 surge protector and mains power surge protector in the future, this problem is quite common in the states during seasons of bad weather.

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