|08 Oct 2012||#11|
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Thank you joker31. Your answer worked for me too.
You saved me a lot of time. One more day surviving windows!!
For all of you who fly by here...
After I had reinstalled windows, both my WIFI adapters, internal INTEL and external USB TP-Link, were not recognized after restart or hibernation. I had to uninstall and reinstall the driver with device manager.
After enable Wireless on the Windows Mobile Center (WINDOWS KEY + X) the problem disappeared.
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