Hoping someone can help.
Win10 Laptop, upgrade from Win7.
Every time I fire up my laptop without exception I cannot connect to the internet via WiFi.
Power settings are High Performance and the operating system doesn't switch off anything to save power. I never hibernate or allow sleep. It's either on or off.
The device and its drivers appear to be good, a list of nearby networks are displayed for me to connect to. On attempting to manually connect I get a message "Cannot Connect at this time"
If I then reboot the laptop it successfully connects to my WiFi network automatically without delay or errors and continues to maintain a connection.
When I shutdown the laptop I have the same problem when it is started, I have to restart it.
This same problem occurs with three different wireless networks I have access to.
Switching off the wireless adapter and back on again doesn't work. Switching off the router and back on again doesn't work, I have to reboot the laptop every time.
On all three routers the routers give the laptop a static IP address. The routers give me a different IP address though.
Any thoughts or ideas as to how to resolve this issue.
Edited by akwe-xavante, 26 October 2015 - 08:38 AM.