wireless network lost connection in a dell inspiron

Posted on 2006-11-13
Last Modified: 2013-11-09
Hi you alll
When my computer enters in a screen server mode or if i didn't work for a few minuts, my lap top lost the wireless conection agains the spot, and i need to repair and repair de connection. I have windows Xp Proffesional.
Is any possible reason for why  i´m lost the connection with that range of frecuency?, or what i need to do or configure  for do not  lost the connection, I have 10  normal pc's as well, connected to the same spot and them have no problem.
Any sugesstions?
Thank you a lot
Question by:edo60
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Would you please detail more infor? wireless card model? router brand? service pack of win xp? how you setup using WAP, WEP, etc?
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Right click the wireless adapter and go into it's properties. Disable any powersaving features you can find.

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ok, i'm going to do this.
But I note another situation that happends, suddenly, the network configuration.
I need Shered, wpa
and suddeny change to another that isn't the right configuration for my spot.
why happend that?
Thank you
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Sorry, can you clarify? I didn't understand the comment.

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i mean, that the setings those i'm configure originally at the wireless networks, are change suddenly

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that's it
thanks a lot
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