It depends on what you mean resets the adapter. For example, to reset TCP/IP
as following how to, you may create a batch file with this line: netsh int
How to uninstall and reinstall TCP/IP on Vista1. netsh int ip reset. In
Windows XP and 2003, you can reset TCP/IP by using this command line: netsh
int ip reset resetlog.txt. For Windows Vista, you need ...
However, this is not good solution. It is beter to fix the problem.
Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
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"robm" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> It seems many people have problems with Internet connections in Vista. I
> one of them and have gone through all the discussions looking for a
> - nothing so far!!
> What seems to work is a script that automatically resets the adapter on
> start up.
> Can somebody send me such a script with simple instructions?