|20 Aug 2009||#1|
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Connections take too much time to establish
I've had Windows 7 7100 32bit ever since it was released and only recently started to experience this problem.
Every time the computer turns on or comes out of standby it says "no connections are available". If I turn on the wireless button it connects to my wireless network but it says "limited connectivity" and won't connect to the internet.
Then after about 2 minutes both wireless and LAN connect just fine, so my problem is that I have to wait a couple of minutes every time I log on before I get internet access.
Other computers connect to the network normally and my drivers are up to date. The network cards are Intel 82562GT 10/100 and Intel pro/wireless 3945abg.
I've tried googleing but no results so far. Any clues?
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