Re: Wireless adapter problem
It could be due to RF noise from the monitor as it shuts down. Try the WLAN
adapter in a USB extension cable, move it some distance from the monitor to
see if the problem persists.
"darrenhart" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> The Adapter is Not plugged into the monitor. It is plugged into the a USB
> port on the back of the computer.
> "Dwarf" wrote:
>> Hi darrenhart,
>> Is the USB adapter plugged directly into your base unit or is it plugged
>> into a socket on your monitor? Some USB sockets on a monitor are powered
>> sockets. They do not draw the power from the socket on the base unit,
>> they are supplied with power from the monitor's power supply, with the
>> that if the monitor is turned off all items plugged into these sockets
>> power and turn off. Sometimes when the monitor is turned back on it can
>> the system in a confused state and the only way to clear the confusion is
>> unplug and reinsert any USB devices using these sockets.
>> "darrenhart" wrote:
>> > Hello,
>> > I'm using a netgear wg111v2 wireless usb adapter with 64 bit vista.
>> > When I
>> > turn off my monitor, the usb adapter is disabled and I have to unplug
>> > it and
>> > plug it back in again to reconect. As long as the monitor doesn't turn
>> > off
>> > it stays conected fine. Any advice?