Question about Computers & Internet
Right click the realtek adapter in the device manager and you will get power mangement tab, turn off wake on lan settings.
Posted on May 25, 2009
It is probably a setting in windows that is your problem.
Try This, Right click your screen and select properties,select the screen saver tab, then select the power button. If you don't want power saving highlight never for the monitor and hard disk. Then go to the hibernation tab and disable hibernation.click ok to all screens to back out. Hope this helps.
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