For some reason, my laptop has real trouble staying connected to wifi when it is not plugged in. Usually, every 15 minutes, the wifi suddenly reverts to being "limited", before it is turned off completely, and I can't turn it back on. (It just says "no connections available", where there clearly are).
Currently I get around this by rebooting the driver (network adaptor) from device manager. But this is still very annoying, and sometimes it freezes my laptop, forcing me to reboot. I've tried rolling back the driver, uninstalling and reinstalling it, and fiddled with the "power management" settings, and none of that's worked.
Does anyone have any better solutions for this?
My laptop is a HP Envy, model 3165 NGW. I'm running Windows 10.
Edited by asbradford, 01 August 2016 - 02:50 PM.