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k8v network standby problem


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Hi, I have asus's k8v se deluxe edition mobo. I have problem with the network after it resumes from standby. The network will disconnected after like few minutes of uses. The problem occurs when I put the computer on standby then resume from it. ONly way to fix it is to restart the computer. Can someone please help me to solve it, thanks

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Don't use standby! Windows usually wakes up stupid!

Just set your power options to turn off the monitor/hard drives for when you want.

One of the first things I do after a fresh install is disable standby and the even more useless hibernation.

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mmh, really. Well, this is the first time that the network really cause me problem. I used to own just intel's board, so no major problem at all. Now with Asus's board and Via's chip, I have encounter few problems. For the most part, it works fine but it's so annyoing, I was hoping to save some energy bill by putting it on standby.

As far as notebook, my standby or hibernation works fine.

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He was saying that it’s more of a hit or miss kind of thing. I have computers that will work flawlessly with hibernation and others that won’t. More often though I run into problems with hibernation.

Hibernation problems can stem from a lot of things including software/drivers. Try updating your motherboard drivers and see if that helps.

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