Question about Dell Ethernet Card Network Adapter
I upgraded a Dell Vostro from XP home to Windows 7. The ethernet card works fine until the computer goes into any power save mode. When the computer wakes, the OS does not see the card and you must physically unplug and re-plug the network cable. Sometimes even that doesn't work. I have downloaded the most recent driver from Intel but no luck. Can anyone help?
Go to control panel,system,device manager,network adapter,Right click on your adapter.
Then properties,power management.uncheck all power saver and wake options.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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