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Losing ip address after skeep mode windows vista

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I have a wireless Compaq laptop with Windows Vista, After sleep mode (or turning off) it loses the IP address, It will connect only to the local wireless network. I have automatically obtain IP/DNS on. I have tried disconnecting and reconnecting to the network. The only way I can get it back is to unplug router/reboot modem. I did see other posting regarding sleep mode and Windows Vista problems, but no clear solution. Any ideas? Thanks

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