|12 Aug 2012||#1|
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Always have to disable then enable network adapter to get back online?
My netbook is running Windows 7 Starter. It is an MSi U135
At random intervals (can be every few minutes to every couple of hours) my connection will show a 'limited connection' and I have to manually disable then enable the network adapter. As soon as I have re-enabled it again the internet will connect. Sometimes it will force me to restart the netbook for it to connect again.
I have been searching for fixes for a few days now and have tried the following:
Reinstalled the network adapter.
Completely removed the adapter driver from the system, then downloading one from the Msi website and installing the new driver.
Changed the router channels to a few different channels.
Made sure the box which says something like 'allow this device to turn off to save power' is unchecked.
I have tried the ipconfig /renew in CMD as an admin.
Also tried the ROUTE 0.0.0.0 command (read somewhere this could fix it)
I ensured I didn't have 'bonjour' on the system as I have read this can cause it too.
I even tried reinstalling the OS too.
None of the other netbooks in the house does this. (One running Windows 7 Starter and one on XP)
All help is appreciated. Thank you.
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|12 Aug 2012||#6|
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