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My Laptop wakes another pc


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lisvana

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Hey 

I might have a problem or maybe not..

My ex and I are using the same network connection, he uses lan and I wlan.

But when my ex-boyfriends pc is in hibernation, when I start/wake my laptop, his pc comes out of hibernation. I've never experienced that with other pc's and it seems just weird to me. My ex-boyfriend would be the kind of guy who installs a programm to have remote accees to my laptop to see what's going on or find out my passwords. I used hijackthis and TCPview to see if anything unusual comes up. Unfortunately I don't have the knowledge to interpret the results - wich seem to me perfectly normal. I also checked the network usage in the task manager and it shows two connections: Local Aeria Connection and Wireless Network Connection.

Maybe someone can tell me whether I'm being paranoid and everything's normal or my suspicion is right...

 

Thanks

 

lisvana


Edited by lisvana, 06 April 2016 - 05:43 AM.

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dsenette

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I can think of a few ways that someone could do something where when one computer comes on the network it would wake up the other one. though, I don't have any specific things that I can think of to check that to be honest.

 

perhaps starting your computer in safe mode with networking and seeing if it still does it?


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