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  1. If it takes restarting the PC or router then I don't know if disabling the software end of the connection will really help. Are you currently disabling it manually before you leave the PC so you know for a fact that this will indeed help? And speaking of screensavers, have you tried changing your power settings so that after some amount of inactivity that the PC goes to sleep? (Disable any wake on LAN) If your particular PC can wake up gracefully that might solve the problem.

    Cheers and Regards

    yes indeed it helps

    I dont want my pc to go to standby, I just want the connection to be disabled

    (I dont even know if getting the pc into standby, disables the connection)

  2. I'm confused. If it's a line problem (external to your PC) doesn't the PC automatically reacquire the signal when it becomes available again? If so, what's the problem? And if not, then why will disabling the connection during inactivity help the situation?

    Cheers and Regards

    disabling the connection during inactivity helps, because as I was advised from the customer service, my line gets stuffed because of too many errors in packets transmitted, so disabling the line (often restarting my router or even my pc) fixes the problem

    this in most cases works, but it is hard to manually do all these each day, an automatic method would be a saviour

  3. hello

    for some reason, my internet adsl connection gets stuffed after some time of inactivity and it becomes unusable

    for this reason, I need to automatically disable it when I am leaving my pc (just like the pc detects inactivity and enables screensaver) and re-enable the internet connection when I move my mouse, click my keyboard, etc (just like pc resumes from screensaver)

    any idea?


  4. hello

    I have a list of dates and a text. I want this text to be displayed on each of these dates, at 9:00, 12:00, 14:00 o' clock, as a desktop notification and as an email sent to my inbox at that times and dates.

    I want to import this data easily, as an excel or csv file.

    do you know a program that can do this?


  5. Have you opened task manager and looked at the system load when this happens? Maybe you got a leaky app eating up ram.

    You say it is very unresponsive. Does it go away after a while or do you need to reboot?

    precisely, it is not totally unresponsive, it has very low responsiveness

    for example, it takes many seconds before a window actually maximizes, when I click its taskbar button

    this behaviour does not go at all, it continues like this even if I kill via Task Manager the most memory hungry processes (firefox and opera that take each about 300,000 K of "Memory Usage" as shown in Task Manager)

    in Task Manager, CPU does not look too much loaded (it's below 5%) and PF Usage is 1,8GB (to be honest, even now PF Usage is 1.44GB but the system is totally responsive)

    after eventually trying to reboot, I get an error sayings that .NET BroadcastEventWindow does not respond to shut down and after that I get an error that explorer.exe does not respond to shut down, but both apps after waiting a bit, shut down themselves, without me having to force them

    after reboot the system is OK

    I made some research about .NET BroadcastEventWindow and it seems I must install .NET Framework 1.1, I did so and I will wait to see if this will fix that strange problem

    by the way, is there a method to free up "PF Usage" ?

  6. hello

    after leaving the pc all night without shutting it down, in the morning it is very unresponsive (clicking to open a window takes many seconds, etc)

    which can be the cause and the solution?

    the specs are AMD 1090T with 4GB RAM, 500GB disk and 512MB onboard graphics, with an otherwise stable and responsive XP SP3 installation, without much bloatware and malware free (at least since antivir is running)


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