Why does Comodo block connecting to the Internet for about 15 min. after starting the computer from hibernation?
It doesn’t in my experience. Make sure your network card driver is up to date and check your wake on LAN settings, also well as windows power scheme profile settings.
Thank you, aim4it,
Comodo does it since the last update. I have not changed anything on my system (intentionally).
...check your wake on LAN settings, also well as windows power scheme profile settingsEspacially which settings should I check?
Should be the newest one (hope, it is the right one): http://i.imgur.com/hgiZaIJ.png
Many thanks, again.
Can you check the driver version and date from the device manager? i.e start > run > devmgmt.msc > Network Adapters
According to realtek site the latest is version 2021.0.0203.2012 date 2012/5/17
OK, thank you, aim4it.
It does not appear to be the newest one, indeed, strange, why does the device manager not update and show that old driver is the newest one:
So, I guess, I have to download the driver and install it manually and I can do it just like installing a normal program, I assume and re-start the Notebook then. Have I to uninstall the old driver before? And to make sure, this is the correct one: RTL8192SE (not RTL8191SE-VA2).
But the newest, last driver seems to be very old also, 2012. Is that correct?
I don’t think that it is a problem in the adapter driver.
What OS at you? (for full information)
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Thank you, jenny66,
I am not quite sure, what “(for full information)”, but may this is enough:
| Name | 7 |
| Edition | Home Premium 64-bit |
| Install Date | Mo, 08.10.2012 |
| Registered Owner | Biff|
| Registered Organization | |
| Product ID | |
| Major Version Number | 6 |
| Minor Version Number | 1 |
| Build Number | 7601 |
| Service Pack | Service Pack 1 |
| Service Pack Version | 1.0 |
| Plus! Version Number | |
| DirectX Version | 9.0c |
| Windows Directory | C:\Windows\ |
| System Directory | C:\Windows\system32\ |
| Temporary Directory | C:\Users\Biff\AppData\Local\Temp\ |
| Operating System Language | German - Germany |
| Number Of Bits | 64 |
Ah, I have missed the screenshot, thank you, very hard to read.
Simply for the help more exact information is necessary.
I showed you a screenshot of settings of power supply for the adapter.
Maybe it be necessary to look at these options?
I read that there were problems with hibernation.
Sorry, what missing information do you need for the OS?
Just updated new version: http://i.imgur.com/UiOccZc.png
Maybe it be necessary to look at these options?OK, I will try to look at it.
I read that there were problems with hibernation.In the starting thread. That is the problem we are talking of.
In the starting thread. That is the problem we are talking of.:) I say that I read to many topics about hibernation. Well it is fine. You will be check and write a result.
OK, many thanks for helping.