After I switched from Verizon FiOS to Comcast cable internet service, the Verizon folks were nice enough to allow me to keep my USB wireless adapter. And the adapter, which is a ZyXEL G-220 v2, works just fine (better than my internal Belkin adapter, as a matter of fact), with the exception of when I come out of sleep mode in Windows XP. Problem is, when I come out of sleep mode, Windows seems to have trouble recognizing my USB device and I have to go through the effort of reinstalling the driver for the wireless adapter if I hope for it to work. Usually it takes a few times of unplugging and reconnecting the adapter before Windows decides it is indeed a wireless adapter and goes back to using it as normal. My question is, has anyone else had this problem with a ZyXEL adapter? I've checked their website for better drivers, but usually I'm met with a broken link, and when I'm not it's just the same version I've been using for some time. If anyone has come across any sort of solution for not needing to manually reinstall the adapter every time you come out of sleep mode, that would be most helpful. My setup is a 4-year-old homebuilt rig with an ASUS P4P800S-X mobo and a 3.0GHz Pentium 4 (Prescott) processor. As I mentioned earlier, I'm still running Win XP (Pro).