after notebook mobile use cannot connect to internet

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  1. sdjkljl

    sdjkljl New Member

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    When I come home and plug my notebook in my broadband internet
    from hybernation there is no internet connection.
    I have tried to reboot the internet modem but still there is no connection.
    I have tried to reboot my Netgear but no connection occurs.
    In this case I have to do a reboot. Only then do I get my internet connection back.
    Is there a way to get my internet connection back from hybernation without a
    reboot.
    Thank you.
     
  2. Trouble

    Trouble Noob Whisperer

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    Not sure....probably not, but here's a couple things you might try, if you haven't already:
    Open device manager, expand network adapters, select the problem adapter, right click and choose properties, under the power management tab at the top of the dialog box, try unchecking the box next to the "Allow computer to turn of this device to save power"
    Also in the power options applet in the control panel, select the plan you are using "Change plan settings" link
    Then on the next page choose the "Change advanced power settings" link
    Under wireless adapter settings change to "Maximum Performance" for both plugged and battery
    See if that helps at all
     
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    sdjkljl New Member

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    very very nice

    Thank you
    Your first option worked.
    Now if I hibernate take the broadband cable out and switch on and
    off I get a sun on the network icon.
    In this sense I can plug the broadband in anytime and get immediate
    internet access.
    Before I got an exclamation mark.
     
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    Good to know. Thanks for posting back.
     

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