Honestly this problem started about a week ago and I have no idea what caused it nor how to fix it. I have a toshiba c55 satellite laptop using Broadcom 802.11n version 7.35+. When I'm at school the wifi constantly disconnects and is quite slow whereas my phone works perfectly fine (30-50mbps) whereas my laptop gets 1-5mbps. I thought I was probably a virus so I completely reformatted my laptop but am still experiencing this issue. People around me are using the schools wifi completely fine, guy next to me was watching Netflix when I can't even load a website. I tried everything, virus scans, reformatting, uninstalling network adapter, using the command DNS flush, using the net sh ip command, my IPv4 & 6 are set to automatically configure up, turning the allow pc to shut down wifi to save battery off. Nothing works what is going on? I might buy a wifi dongle but I want to fix this
Troubleshooter sometimes says no issues found, other times says problem with wifi adapter/access point and sometimes says DNS not configured properly. But at home my wifi works fine just at school it seems.
Edited by Tonyh98, 31 January 2018 - 12:16 PM.