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Laptop Disconnecting from Internet, Desktop isn't, Only on my Internet


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#1 CG_5

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Posted 08 April 2016 - 10:03 PM

Greetings,

 

 

For about 6 months now I've been experiencing this odd problem with my laptop, and laptop only.

 

I use it every weekday on my university WiFi, works fine, no issues. However when I plug it in at home and use it here, every 10 seconds - 5 minutes it will say my internet connection is 'Limited'. The issue is temporarily (and by temporarily I mean a few seconds / minutes) fixed by disconnecting and reconnecting. Keep in mind this doesn't happen on my Desktop, nor my roommates desktop.

 

I should also add my exact laptop details: Toshiba Satellite l650 | model no: PSK1JA-0K3017 | serial no: 1B589500Q

 

Here's what I've tried so far:

 

- Going to Toshiba's website and updating my Windows 10 (x64) Broadcom Wireless network drivers.

- Pinging www.google.com -t looking for odd stuff. Seemed pretty usually, you know, ping ping ping request timed out. Nothing detailed to work with.

- Monitoring internet connections via Adobe Bridge to look for conflicts. TBH had no idea how to use it, graphs looked pretty though.

- Deleting the wireless network adapter, restarting and regenerating the file.

 

Any help would be much appreciated, this issue is really starting to get on my nerves.

 

 

I often run an Admin RCON panel on my laptop, this log will better illustrate my issue.

3:06:07 PM | ---------------------------------------------------------------------

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3:06:07 PM | ---------------------------------------------------------------------

3:06:13 PM | RCon admin #2 (111.69.148.71:53660) logged in
3:06:38 PM | --------------------------------

3:06:38 PM | RCon Connection Lost!
3:06:38 PM | --------------------------------
3:06:44 PM | --------------------------------
3:06:44 PM | RCon Connection Lost!
3:06:44 PM | --------------------------------
3:06:49 PM | --------------------------------
3:06:49 PM | RCon Connection Lost!
3:06:49 PM | --------------------------------
3:06:54 PM | --------------------------------
3:06:54 PM | RCon Connection Lost!
3:06:54 PM | --------------------------------
3:06:54 PM | RCon admin #2 (111.69.148.71:52718) logged in
3:07:28 PM | Player #28 Unit_3397 (101.187.211.46:2304) connected
3:07:30 PM | Player #28 Unit_3397 - GUID: 80789ec04bf99e8eb8ad5ca9f1632c10 (unverified)
3:07:31 PM | Verified GUID (80789ec04bf99e8eb8ad5ca9f1632c10) of player #28 Unit_3397
3:07:37 PM | Player #41 James disconnected
3:07:40 PM | Player #34 Itzjake454 (121.219.114.198:2314) connected
3:07:46 PM | Player #34 Itzjake454 disconnected
3:08:01 PM | Player #34 Itzjake454 (121.219.114.198:2314) connected
3:08:03 PM | Player #34 Itzjake454 - GUID: 67f8e36535d052984a23c6bf831a9f95 (unverified)
3:08:03 PM | Verified GUID (67f8e36535d052984a23c6bf831a9f95) of player #34 Itzjake454
3:08:11 PM | Player #30 Zeotrope disconnected
3:08:49 PM | --------------------------------
3:08:49 PM | RCon Connection Lost!
3:08:49 PM | --------------------------------
3:08:54 PM | --------------------------------
3:08:54 PM | RCon Connection Lost!
3:08:54 PM | --------------------------------
3:08:59 PM | --------------------------------
3:08:59 PM | RCon Connection Lost!
3:08:59 PM | --------------------------------
3:09:04 PM | --------------------------------
3:09:04 PM | RCon Connection Lost!
3:09:04 PM | --------------------------------
3:09:04 PM | RCon admin #3 (111.69.148.71:64548) logged in
3:09:12 PM | Player #0 The Fuhrer disconnected
3:09:56 PM | Player #0 TM1KE (120.156.43.94:2304) connected
3:09:59 PM | Player #0 TM1KE - GUID: c14ff0615768b263227d0863b42a03c7 (unverified)
3:10:00 PM | Verified GUID (c14ff0615768b263227d0863b42a03c7) of player #0 TM1KE
3:10:20 PM | --------------------------------
3:10:20 PM | RCon Connection Lost!
3:10:20 PM | --------------------------------
3:10:25 PM | --------------------------------
3:10:25 PM | RCon Connection Lost!
3:10:25 PM | --------------------------------
3:10:30 PM | --------------------------------
3:10:30 PM | RCon Connection Lost!
3:10:30 PM | --------------------------------
3:10:35 PM | --------------------------------
3:10:35 PM | RCon Connection Lost!
3:10:35 PM | --------------------------------
3:10:40 PM | --------------------------------
3:10:40 PM | RCon Connection Lost!
3:10:40 PM | --------------------------------
3:10:40 PM | RCon admin #2 (111.69.148.71:56252) logged in

Edited by CG_5, 08 April 2016 - 10:14 PM.


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Posted 08 April 2016 - 10:40 PM

Uninstall and install latest version of network card driver you can also try previous network card driver as latest driver could be buggy.

Open Command Prompt as a administrator and type Netsh winsock reset command and press Enter key. Restart your laptop.

Make sure Firewall is not causing the issue disable the Firewall to test if the issue resolves.


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Posted 09 April 2016 - 02:29 AM

Okay it's taken me a while to get back because I'm confused as to whether that is actually working or not.

 

I tried running that command in cmd, restarted the computer, and for 3 or so hours it didn't drop once. That's a true record since it started happening.

It then slowly started to go AWOL once more, It's still dropping out, just once every half an hour - 2hrs or so. But hey, thanks for the suggestions so far.

 

Any more which might completely and utterly eradicate the issue? I updated the driver a couple days ago so that wont be the issue, and I've also tried

disabling the firewall, still did it again a couple hours later.






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