So sometimes it appears to finally pick up if I give it enough time. That
"enough time" generally falls between two and four minutes. After about
five, I get sick of waiting for it and reboot the computer. Regardless,
maybe because of the other people who are having these issues, Microsoft will
pick up on this thread and make this one of the many areas that they are
> Experiencing the same issues here. Have a Dell D810, Intel ABG, when changing
> from work wireless to home, sometime have to disable and enable card to get
> an ip. Overall wireless seems a bit flaky, sometime will show my domain name
> under network and sharing center, sometimes shows unidentified.
> "Altimax98" wrote:
> > Your not the only one that has this problem. I do two. Myns worse too, when I
> > switch networks it wont connect to the new one and it wont connect til i
> > restart, NO Network options will work. Also somtimes on the network I have
> > for internet it wont find the internet, it will always say (Unidentified
> > network) the only way to fix that is by diagnose and repair, then choose "Get
> > new IP settings", ittl work then. But yeah im running x64 and have that prob,
> > ive learned it.
> > --
> > Im pretty Smart with computers but I even need help sometimes. Thats why im
> > here.
> > "Mark Stafford" wrote:
> > > Is anyone else having problems with the Vista RTM x86 version not
> > > automatically reconnecting to wireless networks until reboot? When my
> > > computer goes to sleep and wakes up again, I can see wireless networks (even
> > > the one I want to connect to again), but I either have to re-add it,
> > > specifically attempt to connect to it, or reboot my computer. And yes, the
> > > checkbox is checked.
> > >
> > > IBM Thinkpad T60p
> > > Intel 3945ABG Wireless (Microsoft Driver 10.6.0.15)
> > > Vista RTM x86 Ultimate Version
> > >