Windows 7 network drives do not auto reconnect

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My network drives on Windows 7 PC do not auto reconnect after a restart. What should I do?
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Is there any short cut icon on the desktop, probably links might be broken, please link again the all network drives as you did earlier. Assuming this is wired also check all are they ping each other or check lan settings.
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  • pmohlala
    Thanks for your reply,
    There is shortcut on the Desktop. The Drives have red X when i go to my Computer. I always have to manually open Network Drives before using Applications that are associated with the Drives. 
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  • Kevin Beaver
    Whenever you initially map a network drive in Windows, it should present you with an option to 'Reconnect at sign-in' (or similar)...do you recall seeing that option? You might consider deleting all drive mappings and then remapping them again to make sure that this option is selected.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Manually open network drives, meant, have you opened network drives like //192.xxx.xxx.xxx . If so, you can do that, but if you have mapped then delete them all and can reconnect them again & make sure that, reconnect at logon is selected.
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  • pmohlala
    The "Reconnect" option was always checked. This happens when i'm either on Wireless or LAN connection.
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