Assuming all hardware drivers and firmware were update, have you tried
Windows Vista Update? This post may help,
Windows Vista Update and downloadThis update may fix some DHCP issue - The
default gateway setting is lost when you wake a Windows Vista-based computer
from sleep ... http://www.chicagotech.net/netforums...7429cccc3f07ce
Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
Networking, Internet, Routing, VPN Troubleshooting on http://www.ChicagoTech.net
How to Setup Windows, Network, VPN & Remote Access on http://www.HowToNetworking.com
"jkswiss" <jkswiss@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> (Self Built, P5NE SLI Asus motherboard, Nvidia 7600 Video Card, 2 Gigs
> 2.2 Ghz Core 2 duo, Vista 32bit home premium, Dlink Airplus G DWL g510)
> I was wondering if anyone out there had some similar problems like myself.
> I'm having random connection issues with Vista and wireless. It is the
> strangest thing because when the problems start, it's only the browsers
> email clients that cannot connect. For some odd reason, a p2p client such
> Azureus will continue to download.
> I thought it might be a firewall issue so I disabled it and it wasn't the
> The thing about this intermittent problem is that it takes a restart to
> correct the problem. The repair connection doesn't work at all. Throughout
> all this I have full strength signals from my router and it says I am
> connected to both local and internet. This requires me to reboot about
> once a
> day, sometimes twice. The problem still persists when I changed out my
> wireless card with an edimax one. I also changed wireless routers from a
> Netgear to Buffalo. Problem still exists.The problem exists with both IE7
> Firefox. I updated my Asus p5ne sli motherboards firmware, hoping that
> help but to no avail.
> Its disheartening that I will have to deal with this computer until I get
> new one as this is a recent build with decent specs (Vista Premium, 2.2
> 2 Duo, 2 gigs ram, Nvidia 7600 and with expensive quiet fans and
> heatsinks, I
> built for quietness).
> I suspect that the motherboard might be the issue. If anyone has any
> please help me out. Thanks.
> P.S. I've flashed my buffalo router with the tomato linux firmware and
> disabled ipv6 to see if that would help but the problem is still there.