Re: Internet connection dropped after hibernation
Unlike wired connection Wireless depends on a running OS in order to work.
When you Hibernate/Sleep the computer it get disconnected.
Since there are few types of Hibernate/Sleep concoctions it is hard do know
what exactly you type is doing.
There are many laptop that would Not maintain the connection and has to be
reconnected once awaken.
"aftermath" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Using Vista Home Premium on a Levono 3000 N100 laptop. Whenever I use
> Sleep or Hibernate feature, the wireless connection is disconnected
> the laptop is awakened from Sleep or resumed from Hibernate. When
> from Sleep or resumed from Hibernate, it shows that there is a
> briefly, then it disconnects. Sometime it shows that there is a Local
> connection but no connection to the Internet. The ThinkVantage Access
> Connection (Version 4.31) will not reconnect automatically or manually.
> only way I can reconnect to the Internet is to reboot the laptop. The
> Network Adapters are Realtek RTL 8139/810x Family Fast Ethernet NIV
> 5.640.630.2006) and Broadcom 802.11g Network Adapter. The Wireless
> is Netgear Rangemax WPN824NA. Any suggestions on how to resolve this?