Intermittent loss of WiFi connection

We may have the below Wi-Fi issues on our laptop,

  • Intermittent loss of Wi-Fi connection.
  • Inability to initiate a Wi-Fi connection.
  • Poor Wi-Fi connection data performance.
here is the solution to fix Wi-Fi connection problems


Option 1 : Use Intel PROSet/Wireless Wi-Fi Connection Utility (some kind of system) to put Wi-Fi adapter into Continuously Aware Mode (CAM)
  • Click Advanced > Adapter Settings > Advanced tab.
  • Select Power Management and uncheck Default / Auto option and move the slider to Highest / Maximum Performance.
Note : If the slider is already at Highest / Maximum Performance, move the slider to another setting and then back to Highest / Maximum Performance.

Option 2 : Use Network Control Panel settings to put Wi-Fi adapter into Continuously Aware Mode (CAM)
  • Click Start > Settings > Control Panel.
  • Double-click Network Connections.
  • Right-click the wireless connection and click Properties.
  • Click Configure > Advanced tab.
  • Select Power Management and uncheck Default / Auto option and move the slider to Highest / Maximum Performance.
Note : If the slider is already at Highest / Maximum Performance, move the slider to another setting and then back to Highest / Maximum Performance.

See also:
Wireless LAN disabled when LAN is unplugged
Why should the router

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