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Usb probs??? I just got a barebones from tigerdirect. it has windows 7 64bit installed. when it goes on standby and then i wake it up it will not recognize my wireless adapter (buffalo nfiniti 2.0). I have to take off the adapter and put it back on every time. Help

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Hi gkell00

From Device Manager right click on your wireless adapter and select 'Properties'. Click the 'Power Management' tab and uncheck 'Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power'.

If this doesn't help then first try Rolling back the wireless adapter driver. If still no joy make sure Windows 7 has all the latest updates installed and you have the latest driver for your wireless adapter.

Does this help?

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