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When off for a while,why must computer must be booted twice to reach internet?

When my computer is off for a while, I have to boot twice in order to reach internet. What can I do to remedy?

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  • Juneeddy Dec 12, 2007

    I am connected wirelessly.

  • Juneeddy Dec 12, 2007

    I am connected to the internet wirelessly.

  • Juneeddy Dec 19, 2007

    Left computer on for 15 minutes. Still didn't connect. Shut down and started again and connected with no problem. Any suggestions?

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How are you connecting to the internet, wired or wireless?
The more information you provide to us, the better we can help.

Thanks!

Posted on Dec 11, 2007

  • Baja Data / Jay Arias-Chavez

    What if instead of booting twice, give it 5 minutes after boot time in order for the notebook to search around for WiFi signals and do it's thing?
    Just letting the machine do what it has to do will ensure connectivity without having to rush it.

  • Baja Data / Jay Arias-Chavez

    WiFi is not always a stable connection as wired or ethernet. It has a lot to do with the laptop configuration and the WiFi signal.

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