Windows 10: Losing network connectivity in standby even with it enabled

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  1. Mudflapp Win User

    Losing network connectivity in standby even with it enabled


    Hi folks im on win version 20h2 mobo gigabyte B450 AORUS PRO (rev. 1.0) with latest bios Ryzen 5 3600 cpu im having some weird issue i cant figure out, with my network disconnecting when computer goes to sleep. I have tried a lot of settings without any sucess, including trying diffrent networkcards, onboard intel I211, a tp-link pcie card, and today a new ethernet to usb linksys adapter. I checked the bios setting to make sure Gigabytes erp was turned off and other powersaving things that i assume might be related. This is some of what i tried; Going to power options, make sure network connectivity in standby is enabled, usb selective suspend is disabled, pcie link state powermanagment is off. wireless perfomance is set to maximum, but im only using ethernet cards. Gone to device manager- properties- power managment, unchecked allow to turn this decive off, gone to the advanced tab, disabled energy efficent ethernet, disabled selective suspend. I also gone to group policy manager and under power settings and sleep, i enabled allow network connectivy in standby on both plugged in and on battery (although computer is a desktop). I dont know if this issue always been here since i went to win 10 about a year and a half ago, i had issues with computer not waking up after sleep, so i disabled sleep all together. However, i did change some settings after googling to try fix the not waking up again issue, but i cant for the life of me remember what i did. The "fixes" attempted didnt work, however it seems after some windows updates (possibly gigabytes last bios also), the not waking up issue is fixed, but im wondering if the fixes i applied is the cause of the less of network issue now. I thought maybe the quick and easy fix was to use the ethernet to usb adapter, but no, windows still turns it off. is there any way to see whats causing the network to turn off when going to sleep, like a log or something? Anything in the registry that can overrule gpedit and force the network off? at this point im not sure what to do other than trying a refresh of windows, but i rather not if i can avoid it. Any tips and suggestions is very welcome, Thanks in Advance

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    Mudflapp, May 4, 2021
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  2. Losing network connection

    Hello Dear, if you have a laptop or a PC with a wireless network adapter, you can see a list of available wireless networks and then connect to one of those networks. The wireless networks will only appear if your PC has a wireless network adapter installed, the adapter is turned on, and the wireless access point is in range.

    1. Click Start, click Control Panel, click Network and Internet Connections, and then click Network Connections.

    2. In the left pane, under Network Tasks, click View available wireless networks.
    In case, If you don't see the network you want to connect to, click Refresh network list. If you see the network but the signal is weak, move the PC closer to the wireless router.

    3. Click the network you want to connect to, and then click Connect.

    4. If you're connecting to a secure network, type the security key, and then click OK.

    I Hope you solve out your query soon.
     
    martinkaren77, May 4, 2021
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  3. Mudflapp Win User
    Losing network connectivity in standby even with it enabled

    Hi folks

    im on win version 20h2
    mobo gigabyte B450 AORUS PRO (rev. 1.0) with latest bios
    Ryzen 5 3600 cpu

    im having some weird issue i cant figure out, with my network disconnecting when computer goes to sleep.
    I have tried a lot of settings without any sucess, including trying diffrent networkcards, onboard intel I211, a tp-link pcie card, and today a new ethernet to usb linksys adapter. I checked the bios setting to make sure Gigabytes erp was turned off and other powersaving things that i assume might be related.

    This is some of what i tried;
    Going to power options, make sure network connectivity in standby is enabled, usb selective suspend is disabled, pcie link state powermanagment is off. wireless perfomance is set to maximum, but im only using ethernet cards.

    Gone to device manager- properties- power managment, unchecked allow to turn this decive off, gone to the advanced tab, disabled energy efficent ethernet, disabled selective suspend.

    I also gone to group policy manager and under power settings and sleep, i enabled allow network connectivy in standby on both plugged in and on battery (although computer is a desktop).

    I dont know if this issue always been here since i went to win 10 about a year and a half ago, i had issues with computer not waking up after sleep, so i disabled sleep all together. However, i did change some settings after googling to try fix the not waking up again issue, but i cant for the life of me remember what i did. The "fixes" attempted didnt work, however it seems after some windows updates (possibly gigabytes last bios also), the not waking up issue is fixed, but im wondering if the fixes i applied is the cause of the less of network issue now.

    I thought maybe the quick and easy fix was to use the ethernet to usb adapter, but no, windows still turns it off.

    is there any way to see whats causing the network to turn off when going to sleep, like a log or something?
    Anything in the registry that can overrule gpedit and force the network off?

    at this point im not sure what to do other than trying a refresh of windows, but i rather not if i can avoid it.

    Any tips and suggestions is very welcome, Thanks in Advance
     
    Mudflapp, May 4, 2021
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  4. t0yz Win User

    Losing network connectivity in standby even with it enabled

    Can't enable Modern Standby

    You need an exclusively UEFI PC (without Legacy support) for Modern/Connected, at least it's what I've heard. I guess if that Z390 doesn't have it, I am not really expecting any consumer desktops to implement it, I assume it would require manufacturers to kinda rewrite their BIOS. It is also indirectly suggested on Anandtech that the feature depends on the onboard WiFi:

    Personally I love my Ethernet cables and 1Gbit speeds, and WiFi would be the last thing I'd do to my PC, but I would like to test this feature when I buy a new PC, since Z370 is clearly out of question. Considering that Z390 basically has onboard WiFi and Z370 doesn't , it further solidifies this as a potential WiFi only feature. Maybe it's possible for the PC to switch to WiFi for Connected Standby and then back to wire after it wakes up? That would be nice.

    Edit: there's also this:
    "Modern Standby is only available on some SoC systems. When it's supported, the system does not support S1-S3."

    Yeah... S3 is the "normal" standby. So if your firmware manufacturer supports that, it's bye-bye Modern? Ouch.
     
    t0yz, May 4, 2021
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