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Microsoft Surface 3 - Connect to a wired network
Connect to a wired network
Here’s how to connect your Surface to a wired network:
|Step 1:||Plug a USB to Ethernet adapter (sold separately) into the USB port on your Surface.|
|Step 2:||Plug an Ethernet cable into the adapter.|
|Step 3:||Plug the other end of the cable into your router or an Ethernet network port.|
|Step 4:||Select wired network in the taskbar.|
|Step 5:||If prompted, enter your user name and password and select Next. If you don't know your user name and password, check with your network administrator.|
|Step 6:||To see if you’re online, go to Start , and select All apps > Microsoft Edge.|
Can’t get online?
If your Surface doesn’t connect to the Internet using your wired connection, you may need to get online using a wireless network first and install or update the driver for your Ethernet adapter. Here’s how:
|Step 1:||Unplug the Ethernet adapter from your Surface.|
|Step 2:||Select wireless network in the taskbar, select a wireless network, and select Connect.|
|Step 3:||Once you’re connected to a wireless network, plug the Ethernet adapter back into the USB port on your Surface. Windows Update should install the appropriate driver for the adapter.|
|Step 4:||Repeat the steps under Connect to a wired network, above.|