Network Cable Unplugged

I'm having issues after I turn my system back on from sleep mode that it comes up with an error saying "Network Cable Unplugged". When I go up under network connections and disable the network and reenable it. It still shows that the network device is disable. And when I go up under the device manager and look at the network properties. It saying "Device cannot start". And it stays like that until I restart the system and everything is normal. It only does it when I put the system to sleep and wake it back up. I have the latest driver for the network which is an Intel 82567LM-2 and the latest bios as well. Please help.

Specs
Intel DX58SO MB
Intel i7-920 2.66 GHz
3GB DDR 3 ram
WD 7200RPM 500GB HD
Nvidia 9800 GX2
Windows 7 Ultimate 64
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  1. cartman350 said:
    I'm having issues after I turn my system back on from sleep mode that it comes up with an error saying "Network Cable Unplugged". When I go up under network connections and disable the network and reenable it. It still shows that the network device is disable. And when I go up under the device manager and look at the network properties. It saying "Device cannot start". And it stays like that until I restart the system and everything is normal. It only does it when I put the system to sleep and wake it back up. I have the latest driver for the network which is an Intel 82567LM-2 and the latest bios as well. Please help.

    Specs
    Intel DX58SO MB
    Intel i7-920 2.66 GHz
    3GB DDR 3 ram
    WD 7200RPM 500GB HD
    Nvidia 9800 GX2
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64



    Go into the network adapter's Properties in Device Manager and click the Power Management tab then take the tick out of "Allow the computer to turn this off to save power". Click Apply and OK your way out and you shouldn't have this problem again. The wake up process isn't sufficient to turn USB power back on.
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