Posted 05 May 2008 - 03:54 PM
I'd suggest taking a look at the properties of your network connections, the properties of your network devices, and the number of network devices that are shown in Device Manager. I'd suspect that one of these things is causing your network to initialize slowly. This also assumes that your connection (and it's hardware) are Vista compatible (this includes your router, modem, and your ISP's hardware).
Often it's the stuff that translates IPv6 so it can be used over IPv4 networks that will cause this (although it can be as simple as the DHCP Broadcast flag not being compatible with your hardware).
I'm going to move this over to the Networking forum for some more in-depth assistance. Good luck!
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