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No internet after sleep or hibernate vista 32


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defender13

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Hey everyone. I've been having an issue with my vista 32 laptop for about 2 weeks now on my home network. When I put it into sleep or hibernate it will not reconnect to the internet. I get either a network icon with a caution sign over it or a red x over it. I changed the power setting in device manager to not allow the system to turn off the network adapter or the wireless card to save power but no luck with that fix. Im always connected to a LAN line right now that is connected directly into my linksys RTP300 router. To regain internet access i am forced to unplug the modem and router for 10 secs or so then replug them in followed by a laptop reset which as you can image is timely and very annoying. Any ideas of what else i can fix?

if you need any info let me know ill get it asap, thanks.
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    Kraków my love :)

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Laptop, or desktop?
If desktop, don't use power saving features.
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Its a laptop sorry i forgot to add that important piece of info.
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