moderated Re: how to change advanced power settings in windows


Chris
 

Try this way then.

 

Open settings (windows + I)

Go to network

Then on wi-fi tab to the change adapter settings button

Again a explorer window will open

Then right click on the WIFI or ethernet connection as required

Select properties

You should open in the properties general tab

Then shift tab to the configure button and hit enter

Again shift tab to the tabs and arrow to the last tab for power management

There the option to allow windows to turn off this device should be unchecked

Finally apply and ok out of the open dialogs and close the open window

 

 

I dont know if Thats a better explanation or not but I tried

Good luck!

 

From: James English
Sent: 18 October 2021 15:06
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: how to change advanced power settings in windows

 

Hello,

 

There is no power management tab unfortunately.

 

On 10/18/21, Chris via groups.io <chrismedley@...> wrote:

> Try this

> Hit the windows key

> Then type connections

> Then hit view network connections from the results

> Then right click on your connection , like wifi for example

> Select properties and hit enter

> Then on the networking tab click on configure

> Then  from the opened adapter properties dialog go to the power management

> tab

> Then uncheck the box that allows windows to turn off this device

> Then apply and ok out of the opened dialogs

> And close the connections window

> And you are done

> I hope that helps

> From: James English

> Sent: 18 October 2021 13:25

> To: main@jfw.groups.io

> Subject: how to change advanced power settings in windows

> Hello,

> I know this is a general windows question but I'm getting close to

> throwing my laptop through a wall here and I'm wondering if anyone can

> help.

> My network card in a new pc is afflicted with the popular bug in which

> when the computer goes to sleep it turns off the card and it then has

> an issue turning back on again. I know that this is a regular issue

> and I knew how to fix it, however I've recently found out that windows

> appears to have decided to get rid of the power management tab in

> device manager.

> I've tried creating the CSEnabled key in the registry as the internet

> has suggested but still no luck.

> Does anyone know of a way of stopping windows from turning off the

> network card, or am I going to have to purchase a new network card?

> Would appreciate any help people can give me.

> - James

>

 

 

 

 

 

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