Well, NONE of that worked. This morning there were connect errors, just as
before. Somehow, there is a shutdown in the connection process my cable
modem uses after it goes idle. Any other ideas?
> Yes! It WAS checked.... that may be it also.
> Thanks guys...I'm learning about this new system as I go.
> > Also go into Device manager find your Network Adapter right click go to
> > Properties then Power Management make sure there is no tick mark in
> > computer to turn off this device'
> > Tom
> > > I think that may be it. Hibernation was enabled, so I unchecked it.
> > > find out tomorrow.
> > > > It could have to do with your computer going into standby
> > > > mode (sleep). You could try disabling the power
> > > > management options. And of course make sure that you
> > > > don't have any disconnect if idle options set to boot you
> > > > off the net automatically.
> > > > >-----Original Message-----
> > > > >I upgraded to XP Pro two weeks ago. I use a cable modem
> > > > to access the
> > > > >Internet. I can be using the Interent at night, but in
> > > > the morning when I
> > > > >return, I have to reboot to use my cable service. With
> > > > 98 SE I could just
> > > > >leave it all all the time. Now, it seems that when I
> > > > have a night of
> > > > >inactivity, it loses its connection and I have to
> > > > reboot. Never had that
> > > > >problem with 98 SE.
> > > > >Any ideas?
> > > > >.
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