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On Vista, gets knocked offline after a time of no use

Green light stop flashing and this requires you to replug the USB or restart. Anyone experience this? Have a solution? It is not all that uncommon to need to re-initiate a connection, but with this device there is not interface to refresh the connection--requires replug or restart, which is a pain.

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  • mlgeorgiev Jan 11, 2009

    This is exactly what I was looking for, too. Vista automatically puts the USB wireless device in sleep mode--so far, so good. One would think that it would reconnect when out of sleep mode, but there is no device recognition once powered down.

  • tz09 May 24, 2009

    The connector of my USB cable is worn down paper-thin from dis- and reconnecting, meaning I HAVE EXACTLY THE SAME PROBLEM. Gets knocked off, no connectivity (although I can lterally spit on the access point's antenna) - sometimes reconnecting doesn't work either meaning Device Manager, uninstall, delete driver software, then restore the list of known networks including the WEP pass keys... is it f******* Vista or is it the adapter? Or - is it me, expecting too much from all that sophisticated stuff they sell us these days??


    PITA!!!!!

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Go to the properties of your wireless network connection and make sure that there are no sleep mode settings enabled. It should be listed under advanced settings.

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