Starting last Tuesday, I've been having the weirdest intermittent issues with connecting to the internet with this desktop. My connection would drop, and be re-established randomly later on. During the outages, the connection reads "no internet, secured" in the taskbar. I have looked into fixes regarding this issue, but nothing seemed to help. The wifi would just start to work randomly later on. This time however, it has been out for substantially longer. All of my other devices are connecting fine. I can see it I am sending and receiving information in the wifi status, so I am very confused as to why I can't connect. I've tried restarting the router, and that hasn't helped either. I tried using a powerline adapter, and it is saying it is an unidentified network, same as it is with the wi-fi. Please help shed some light on the issue, I am not very experienced with networking issues, but I will try to provide any information needed. Thank you for the help in advance.
I am using windows 10. I have tried uninstalling and checking for driver updates for my wifi adapter (intel ® Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260) , changing HT mode in the advanced configuration for the wifi, as well as changing the channel width to 20, both of which I have seen others recommend fixing similar issues in the past.
Edited by Queen-Evie, 16 August 2016 - 03:11 PM.
moved from Windows 10 Support to Networking