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laptop system standby , internet goes offline


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geekstome

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Hello there,
I have a problem, why each time i leave my laptop on for 30minutes and above, the windows xp will goes to standby mode and my connection/internet will automatically offline? even though while downloading stuff over the internet on that time?
i already turn off the power management on my ethernet device, but it still occur.
how to let my laptop internet connection keeps alive EVEN in standby mode so next time, when i sleep while waiting my downloading stuff to complete, the connection will not dropped on the middle..

thanks..
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This is happening to me too. I know this thread is over 2 year old with no replies given, but a solution to fix this could solve my problem too.
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sasba858

If I am correct in believing that this concerns the same computer which is being dealt with on this topic
http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/topic/314344-ms-xp-professional-service-pack-3-help-needed/page__view__findpost__p__2121353__fromsearch__1

where my colleague rshaffer61 is assisting you, then the matter is being addressed there.

If it is NOT the same computer then please wait until you have concluded the present issue and then raise the matter with rshaffer61
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