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Disappearing internet

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#1 canyouhandlerit


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Posted 07 September 2014 - 06:23 PM

Hi all! This is my first time on a computer forum, and the first post I've ever made here, so hi!
I'm having an issue with my laptop, and am wondering if someone can help me out. 

Basically, my laptop will be connected to the internet just fine, and then the next second, will be disconnected completely. When I go into my list of wifi connections to see what's up, my connection (service2104) is gone, but all of the rest are still there (all of my neighbours ones). Now, I know-that sounds normal, my modem must be acting up-but here's the thing, the internet is still alive and active on both my tablet and my phone. It's just my laptop that's missing this connection, and it's just this connection missing, no other ones disappear. It'll come back after a few seconds, or after about five minutes, and reconnect like nothing ever happened, and then do it all over again a few minutes later. There are always at least four bars on it when it's on and working, so it's not a low signal problem, and as it said, it's only disappearing for my laptop. 

Does anyone know what might be causing this, or what I should do to fix it? Thanks in advance!


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