On Fri, 29 Feb 2008 09:33:01 -0800, 24Peter <24Peter@discussions.microsoft.com>
>Vista up to date on a laptop
>Symptom: IE 7 crashes or encounters a webpage it doesn't like (certain ebay
>webpages for instance). Wireless networking stops working (red X in network
>connection notification icon). Thereafter the ONLY way to get Vista to see
>any networks is to reboot. FPITA. Refresh wireless network list does NOT
>work. If IE7 doesn't encounter a webpage it doesn't like, can stay connected
>to my wireless network all day long.
Is this unique to WiFi connectivity? Can you connect by Ethernet, and surf to
an unpopular webpage? Do you have another computer that you can try with this?
Can you provide logs from "ipconfig /all" for when networking works, and when it
Do you have the latest drivers for the WiFi adapter in the computer? Latest
firmware on the router?
Chuck, MS-MVP 2005-2007 [Windows - Networking]
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