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John is calling technical support and requires help installing a new DSL modem. He does not know what an Ethernet cord looks like. How would you describe the appearance of an ethernet cord to the
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appearance of an ethernet cord Older, analog phone cable tends to be flat instead of round , and less thick. thats how ethernet cord looks like.
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User: John is calling technical support and requires help installing a new DSL modem. He does not know what an Ethernet cord looks like. How would you describe the appearance of an ethernet cord to the John?

Weegy: appearance of an ethernet cord Older, analog phone cable tends to be flat instead of round , and less thick. thats how ethernet cord looks like.
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User: How would you explain the process of resetting Internet Explorer 10 back to default settings to a customer?

Weegy: "We need to refresh the settings of you browser" Please follow these steps using you Internet Explorer 10. 1. Click on the Gear Icon (settings) 2. [ Click on Internet Options then put a check on delete browsing history and press delete, Please put a check on all fields and press ok. After pressing ok, it will refresh the settings on the browser and it set back to the factory defaults. ]
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