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I am using Vista Home Basic. I have a home network set up using a TrendNet Wireless router. My desktop is hard wired to the Wireless router. When my computer sits idle for a time, usually goes into sleep mode. The Network adaptor shuts off. When I try to use the computer again I have to restart it sometimes more than once to get the Network adaptor to become enabled again. My question is how can I stop this from happening? Any suggestions would be great appreciated.
Try going into Device Manager, open the properties for your network adapter, click the Power Management tab and disable the "Allow Windows to shut off this device to save power" option. This may help !
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