Quote: Originally Posted by kegobeer
Did you install any Acer drivers, or did you let Windows find and install everything for you?
I installed only the ones I needed which were Video card, card reader, and sound I believe. My internal broadcom was one of the things that windows installed for me...
Quote: Originally Posted by Jonathan King
Just a suspicion, but check your network adapter settings. Go into device manager and open the device's properties. Under Power Management, make sure the box "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power" is checked. That's what the problem for me was. Keep us posted with any updates!
My USB wifi adapter has the power management settings in device manager but my internal adapter has no tab for power management. I went to power options in control panel and on battery mode it is set to max power savings, and plugged in it was set to max performance. I have just switched it to low power savings to see if it allowed a tab to appear in device manager but nothing.
Any other ideas? loving this forum, have solved 2 of my problems so far. once I get everything running good, I will be formatting and reinstalling the drivers I need. I have tried all kinds of drivers and such for different things lol I just have a feeling there are a lot of junk files around that could cause a problem later on. thanks guys.