No internet after standby Tags: LAN Ethernet Card Internet Networking Last response: October 30, 2012 3:23 PM in Networking Share Anonymous October 22, 2012 5:11:20 PM Hi, I have this problem, it's not huge but it buggs me.. When I wake up my pc after standby there is for ~ 5 sec on internet. Looks like it needs to reconnect to the internet.. My old pc didn't have this issue and immediately had internet. I have a MSI Z77 GD-65 mobo and internet through an ethernet cable. Thanks in advance GRTZ, LP More about : internet standby Reply to Anonymous jamesmcuk October 22, 2012 5:39:48 PM can only think your new PC is sleeping your net card and the old one wasn't Reply to jamesmcuk Anonymous October 30, 2012 3:23:47 PM is it maybe because of my ssd, that my pc is already started up before it can reconnect with the internet? Reply to Anonymous Ask the community Post an answer Related resources : ForumMonitor will not wake after entering standby ForumRealtek on-board - no audio after standby ForumNo Browsing after Standby ForumWhy my pc monitor wont go out of standby mode ForumMonitor/gfx card freezes/goes to standby ForumSapphire Radeon x1950 Pro Bug causes Standby mode ForumNew new build: Monitor wont come out of standby Forumdoesn't go into standby ForumASRock Tech Support says none of their boards support S3 standby ForumCannot wake up from sleep/suspend/ standby ForumBFG 7950 GT OC: Monitor goes into standby mode when XP boots ForumWindows xp screen is dim after wake-up from standby ForumWindows xp screen is dim after wake-up from standby ForumSoundBlaster Only Works if I Restart or Wake Up from Standby ForumDell 9100 takes long time to come out of standby ForumSystem Locks-up when going to standby ForumBSOD after coming out of standby S3 - New Windows 8 Installation ForumRouter Setup Forum2 routers, 1 WLAN & 1 LAN respective, 1 Internet connection ForumInternet Working through LAN but not through Broadband Connection More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !