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Windows XP Home network adaptor is disabled on its own.

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Windows XP Home network adaptor is disabled on its own.  Twice this two-computer peer-to-peer network has gone down, checked the adaptors and one of them was disabled.  When I enabled it, network back up and running.  Why is this happening?  Using DSL modem and USR Secure Storage Router.
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check the power option of the disabled adapter, it might be set to shut the adaptor down  to save power.
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