I'm having trouble with booting a computer and getting the wireless card to connect automatically. I have my modem in 1 room that's shooting out the wireless signal and another computer (with vista) in another room with a wireless card that i connect through USB. When i boot the comp with vista, sometimes it will connect to the internet by itsself and run fine. Other times when i boot it will have no internet connection and when i go to network settings it acts as if there were no network card connected. So what usually fixes this is if i disconnect the card (either disconnect the coord straight from the card or disconnect the coord from the USB port) and then reconnect it. Once i reconnect it, the computer will recognize my modem and it remembers my WEP password by itsself and will connect. So my assumption was it was a faulty card / coord / USB port. I ordered a brand new card, including a new coord, and have tried many diff USB ports. This problem is persisting. What can i do to get this to ALWAYS connect? Is it something with windows? Does windows have a timer on the USB port that shuts off after there is no read or something? I'm pretty sure it's not anything with my modem cuz once the card is successfully connected it finds my modem along with a few other surrounding networks automatically.