Running Windows 10. My wireless internet shuts off several times a day. I'll be using the computer and suddenly the internet disconnects. The icon at the bottom right will show an error. If I click on the icon it will show no networks.
I have to right click on the wireless icon and hit "Troubleshoot Problems." It goes through the procedure and reconnects. And gives me the following message.
A network cable is not properly plugged in or may be broken ---- Detected
Problem with wireless adapter or access point ----------------------- Fixed"
Note this is on a laptop. Also I have tried the following power settings.
Control Panel->Network and Internet->Network Connections->Wi-Fi Properties->Configure->Power Management->"Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power" ---Turned off
Also under "Power Options" Advanced Settings->Wireless Adapter Setting->Power Saving Mode->"Maximum Performance"
What the hell is going on?
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Edited by gpatto1, 27 April 2016 - 10:24 AM.