I use Standby all the time and Hibernate often at nightly closure.
My OS is Windows XP Home
When on Standby or Hibernate, Google Chrome very often but not always, disconnects with the Internet and I have to wait about 30-40 seconds until the connection becomes live again. The period of rest is not relevant.
Firefox does not do this and returns immediately to the web page that was showing at Standby. Absolutely no problems.
I have spent a lot of time checking just about everything that may cause this with my Windows XP, Google Chrome and Firefox settings and configurations. I have found nothing wrong anywhere.
If Firefox works perfectly, then it must be Google Chrome that is the culprit, but I have no clue why.
Consequently, I use Firefox when I am repeatedly using Standby and Google Chrome when I am resting for longer periods.
I see no point in changing any general settings since Firefox is unaffected. Any adverse setting must be either within the Google Chrome program or specifically assigned to Google Chrome if outside.
Has anybody any clues on this ?
Screenshot of panel that appears after returning from Standby :-
Edited by John Bull, 26 September 2013 - 01:04 PM.