Question about D-Link Computers & Internet
This should be related to power management setting or the wireless network adaptor present in the computer.
Access devicemanager (right click on mycomputer and click on Manage).
Click on device manager in the left side of this window
Right side click on the + sign besides network adaptors
Double click on the wireless network adaptor there
In the properties window click on the power management and disable power management for the card.
Now try checking if the issue is rectified.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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