Wirless Network Doesn't work after "hibernation or sleep" mode

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Networking' started by sailorsxe, Aug 18, 2007.

  1. sailorsxe

    sailorsxe Guest

    If I shut down my computer and restart it, it connects to our wireless
    network without a problem. As long as I don't allow it to go into
    "hibernation or sleep" mode it continues to work, but once it goes to sleep
    and I "wake it up" it will not connect to the wireless network. I'm using
    WEP security but I really don't think security is the issue because it was
    doing this before we secured the network. I try "connectiing" to the
    network, but it will not connect and windows diagnosis reveals that it cannot
    diagnose the problem. What's going on?
     
    sailorsxe, Aug 18, 2007
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  2. sailorsxe

    yuck9 Guest

    I bet your using the built in network port correct ? I had the same
    problem. I disabled the built in, and Installed a pci network card and
    the problem went away.

    Microsoft is aware of the problem. There is no hotfix out yet. (I've
    Called) It will be fixed In SP-1 When that will happen Is anyone's
    quess.

    By the way, My MB Is a Azus with PCIE Lan port.
     
    yuck9, Aug 18, 2007
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    Bumbrlik Guest

    I suffer the very same problem (and so do my coworkers). It has to be a
    Vista bug, everything worked just fine on XP.
     
    Bumbrlik, Aug 19, 2007
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    Barb Bowman Guest

    Barb Bowman, Aug 19, 2007
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