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Try this, Go to Control Panel->System->Hardware Tab->Device Manager. Select Intel Pro under Network Adapters. Right Click and Select Properties. Under the Advanced tab, there is a setting for Power Management. On Windows XP, this is a slider with Max Battery on one end and Max performance on the other.
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Posted on Jan 05, 2008
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