A couple months back I bought a computer from here (loving it, by the way) and I've just moved it to a location where it can't get wireless connection. I bought the PC with the wireless network card ("GIGABIT LAN & WIRELESS 802.11N 300Mbps PCI CARD") not the standard wired. In the previous location of this pc it was using the wireless connection. However, as I said before it has been moved to a location where it can't connect to the internet wirelessly (well, it can, but it can't actually load any webpages or anything). I've got homeplugs and they seem to be set up properly (got the correct lights on them). But I've come across a problem.
I can't connect to the internet; I've disabled my wireless card in the hope that that would enable the computer to switch to wired connection (so it'd connect via ethernet to the homeplug) but this did not help.
Because I bought the wireless card, does that mean that I don't have the option to go wired?
And can you please advise me on how to connect to the internet?