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    Keeping network active when in sleep mode.
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    Keeping network active when in sleep mode.
    Is it possible to keep the wireless network active while the computer is in sleep mode? I don't like having to log back in to various applications (MSN, iChat, etc.).

    Thanks!

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    Keeping network active when in sleep mode.
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    Short answer...... No

    When it's asleep no processing takes place, everything is suspended.
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    Keeping network active when in sleep mode.
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    Ok thanks!

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