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    Sleep and Network Issues

    Hello,

    Any one else having problems with windows 7 going to sleep, and then on wake up having network connection issues?

    Can only get it to connect again after a reboot.

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    What are you using as a pc?
    I had a weird network drop off issue but it was not caused by sleep/hibernate. It just randomly happened while working with 7 RC x64 on a Dell GX745

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    I have the same issue with my Vista Laptop, I don't think it's a Win7 problem more likely a BIOS feature/setting.

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    My office machine (running a P4 Dual core system, on an nForce 4 SLI chipset) used to have exactly that issue with Vista, and still has the same problems with Windows 7. I think it's probably down to a flaw in the actual chipset, as my laptop (Intel GM45 chipset based Fujitsu T5010) has no issues. I've taken to hibernating the desktop rather than putting it to sleep, as it's pretty quick to resume.

    Stephen

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    Out of interest, is there anything obscure if you run ipconfig /all after waking up from sleep?

    Since I clean installed RC Win7 onto my laptop, every it reboots/boots it adds a default gateway of 0.0.0.0 - this gives me internal access, but the internets do not work...

    I get around by deleting the route and ipconfig /renew

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