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Wi-Fi repeatedly crashes, starts working again after Sleep

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#1 candidcamron


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Posted 19 October 2016 - 09:08 PM

I have an ASUS laptop which runs Windows 10 and which has recently been having problems connecting to Wi-Fi. Basically, my computer will start up and connect to a network perfectly, but after a couple minutes the network will display "Connected, no internet." If I disconnect from the network I can't reconnect to another one. If I sleep my computer, or hibernate it, or restart it, the issue is resolved, but will reoccur a few minutes later.


Any advice greatly appreciated! This is annoying!

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