RE: Wireless network auto REconnect
Instead of rebooting, right click on network icon and choose Diagnose &
repair. That should give you the option to Reset the adapter. That should fix
it. I agree this is a pain and I think MS should be working on this.
Sleep/hibernate still needs lots of work. If you don't have an icon, use the
Network link on the Start Menu, second column. Then go to Network & Sharing
Center to select diagnose.
> Same problem here. Every time my system goes to sleep I have to reboot in
> order to connect to my home network and internet. Get the message that no
> network found or limited access. In other words useless. Brand new gateway
> notebook w/ windows vista home premium. Tried updating driver for wireless
> from the Realtek site (model 8185).
> HP L2005
> Vista 32 beta 2
> "Mark Stafford" wrote:
> > Is anyone else having problems with the Vista RTM x86 version not
> > automatically reconnecting to wireless networks until reboot? When my
> > computer goes to sleep and wakes up again, I can see wireless networks (even
> > the one I want to connect to again), but I either have to re-add it,
> > specifically attempt to connect to it, or reboot my computer. And yes, the
> > checkbox is checked.
> > IBM Thinkpad T60p
> > Intel 3945ABG Wireless (Microsoft Driver 10.6.0.15)
> > Vista RTM x86 Ultimate Version