Windows XP disconnect from network

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Microsoft Windows XP
Windows Network Administration
Windows networking
Dear All, My 2 system out of 100 system disconnect as user left machine for 2 to 5 min like user working on system and internet is enabled on thst machine, he moves out for drinking water and immediently when he comes back, network stop all the sites , local ping(RTO) etc, . I have check all the security, Network adapter setting etc but not able to find any resolution or error message. Please help me out to analyse this issue.

Software/Hardware used:
WIndows XP

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Hi are these laptops?

If so, they can be configured to “sleep” or “hibbernate” after this period of time (even it being so short)

Do you have any BIOS Power Management configuration that shuts down some devices to save power?

Did you check if in the Adapter Properties\Power Management -> <i>Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power</i> checkbox ticked?

Please check all of this itms and post back your results.

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  • Mariodlg
    Saturno is right, but if all these things are ok maybe is a good idea scan the computer for viruses
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  • Rakei
    If that is the first time you experience that particular problem then it is possible their are new changes altered that you might not have done.. -Check if you have any other sofware that may interact with your Network settings or access via Internet.. -Pingtest to determine the quality of your broadband Internet connection..see if their is some disconnection -see if you can remember any recent changes that u made compared to last working state.. -install process monitor and check for andy weird backround apps http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896645
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  • carlosdl
    Also, have you checked the event logs ? Is there any similarities between these two machines (maybe the same screen saver) ?
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  • Servernetwrkdbase
    Thanks to all Fortunately, Today, everything is going fine up to this time. I tried nothing till the time. As , i face issue ,i ll definitely revert you back with,which solution is useful in my case. One more thing, it's desktop Once again Thanks to all
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