Peter, a technician, is troubleshooting an issue with a PC suddenly losing network connectivity. He has confirmed that the cable is plugged in and has swapped it with a known working cable. Peter then pings the IP address of 127.0.0.1 and receives no response. Which of the following could be the cause of the issue? (Select TWO).
A. The computer has the wrong DNS server configured.
B. The TCP drivers are corrupted.
C. The cable has been unplugged from the patch panel.
D. The routing table on the router is corrupted.
E. There is RF interference on the cable.
F. The NIC is no longer functioning properly.