1. Open Device Manager
2. Expand Network Adapters
3. Right click on the Network adapter installed on your computer
4. Go to Properties
5. On the Power Management tab uncheck all the boxes and apply the settings
6. Restart the computer and check if the network card works fine now.
Follow the steps below also:
1. Click Start
2. Click Control Panel
3. Click Network and Internet
4. Click Network and Sharing Center
5. Next to View your active networks click Connect or disconnect.
6. Right-Click the desired network and select properties.
7. On the connection tab of the new window check "Connect Automatically" also check “Connect even if the network is not broadcasting its name (SSID)”
Hey John...just so you know....I'm a A+/Net+/CCNA tech with my own PC bizz ASAPComputerfix. It's running win7 32bit
yes, did the updates....dats MS first answer to everything.....lol
I shut off everything in services except windows stuff in msconfig and I had to go into regedit and remove the Belkin router stuff the customer had installed, it would auto uninstall in thru control Panel. I just rebooted and it worked and the checks were in the boxes. Rebooting now..........