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WIN 7-Connected to unidentified Network after computer sleeps

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#1 Jbern


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Posted 06 July 2015 - 04:29 PM

If I leave my computer for roughly an hour or so and come back to it and wake it up from sleep mode, it will be connected to an unidentified network and will not allow me to connect to the internet. If I restart the computer it will connect to my network just fine and I can use the internet. I have run both Norton 360 and Malwarebytes, both saying no problems. I have tried restarting the computer with the Ethernet cable disconnected and run Malwarebytes, again saying no problems. When I try to open Network and Sharing Center when it is connected to the unidentified network, it will take 5+ minutes to open, all the while Task Manager is saying it is running. After a restart and it is connected to the internet just fine, the Network and Sharing Center will open with no problems or delays. 


Any help to resolve my issue is greatly appreciated.

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