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After my computer is idle for a short period i lose my internet connection

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It could be that your network card power management is set to switch off the network card after a set period. Its best disable the power management.
Click on the start button and look for control panel. Click on control panel and look for network connections. int there should be a local area connection right click on that and click on properties.
Look for the configure button and click on it. Next look for the power management tab and untick allow the computer to turn off this device.
That should do the trick.

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