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You may uninstall the Intel® wireless adapter from device manager and then restart the system. Additionally you may try resetting the current Windows* power plan back to default.
The following commands can be useful to reset TCP/IP stack in Windows*:
- Open cmd as administrator and run the commands below, then restart the computer:
- Netsh int ip reset
- Netsh winsock reset
How to reset Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
If the issue persists, perhaps you may want to reinstall Windows or contact the computer manufacturer for further assistance.
Thanks for the reply, I've already uninstalled and reinstalled the Adapter (using Intel uninstall, not Windows). Problem persists. I'll try your reset command soon and get back to you. BTW, I'm using this just as a wireless card, not for tethering as so many others have posted about. I'm also noticing my Wifi Miniports are not connecting, though they report to be working properly in Device Manager, in case that helps with the diagnosis. I'd really like to avoid reinstalling Windows as I'm a dj and this is my lifeblood.
All the commands worked, but still won't sleep if this wireless card is enabled.
I discovered a newer Bios update from MSI for the GT60 - E16F3IMS.10U (for Windows 7 64 Non-Raid). This was a pretty fast update following the first update after the product was released. So, I guessed the prior update had bugs or they wouldn't have updated so quickly. Sleep works fine, now. Thanks for the help