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Microsoft Update/WiFi Problem


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#1 andrew193

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Posted 12 December 2016 - 03:01 AM

I've noticed recently that whenever i have a Microsoft Update i get Wifi problems in that it i'll lose connection and/or have very slow connection. The only way i can restore it is to turn my laptop off then on again then it's not too bad for a few minuits then it'll drop out again. This will continue for 1 or 2 days then it's ok again.

I've done checks for spyware/reg problems/virus' etc and that it's defraged but still the problem persists.



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Posted 12 December 2016 - 08:22 AM

Try doing a restart instead of a shutdown.



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Posted 12 December 2016 - 08:49 AM

Try doing a restart instead of a shutdown.

 

Tried that before and makes no difference. Why would that make a difference anyway?


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Posted 12 December 2016 - 02:04 PM

Because a Windows 10 restart is a full shutdown and a slower start up which can give Windows time to find the connection.

 

A Windows 10 shutdown is just a 'pretend' shutdown, things are held in suspend so that when you start up your machine again you will think you have a really fast start up.

 

I think a lot of Win 10 problems wouldn't happen if Fast Startup was not  enabled by default.






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