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Intel proset says no physical wifi adapter is installed

It works when the computer is first booted up, but if the computer is logged out of, or goes into hibernation, etc, this message appears, the computer must be restarted to be able to use the internet again...

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Left click start, left click control panel, left click power options, left click hibernate tab, uncheck enable hibernate, click apply, left click power schemes tab, set every selection under the plugged in category to never then click apply close the control panel. This is just to test internet connection to see if it continues to disconnect from the internet. It won't hurt to visit support.dell.com enter the tag number for your laptop and download the most recent driver for your Intel Proset Wireless Card and any recent updated driver updates if there are any listed. After downloading the new driver and you've performed the test of allowing the laptop to sit with hibernation disabled a while all selections under power schemes set to never. The laptop should not go into hibernate, thus should not disconnect from the internet. Downloading the newest driver is just another suggestion to resolve the issue.

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