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Computer must be restarted to reach internet.

My (Windows XP) HP computer (wireless connection) when off for a few hours must be restarted to make internet connection even when I leave it on for 15 minutes. I have to shut down and restart and then there is no problem gettin connected. Any suggestions?

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Hi,

following could be the reasons:-

1. Check if you have a separate button for enabling wireless network. If so in some case you may have to enable the wireless network by switching on the wireless connection manually on getting back from stand by or hibernate mode.

2. Try to refresh the wirless network connection

3. Check the status of the wireless network icon in the task bar.

Hope this solution was helpful

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