Have you installed the latest Windows 10 wireless driver from the laptop manufacturer's web site?
I have looked at lenovos website for my laptop, Lenovo thinkpad E570 and the only wireless drivers found are for the intel duel band wifi adaptor. Nothing about a qualcomm atheros qca61x4aHave you installed the latest Windows 10 wireless driver from the laptop manufacturer's web site?
Laptop is lenovo E570. Dns problems on all browsers1. Make and full model of the laptop please - would it be an Acer by any chance2. Are you using Google Chrome browser
Try with Edge or IE
Thanks for linking that driver page. Also I am using the auto dns.Are you using auto dns or have you configured ip and dns
re no driver on Lenovo site
It turns out the driver on that driver page has already been installed on the laptop. I have been researching and some people say the bluetooth is messing with the Quallcomm wifi? Im not sure if thats credibleIs definitely the E570
send service tag no/product serial no#
Rare, but possible. Can you turn the Bluetooth off w/o turning the Wi-Fi off?some people say the bluetooth is messing with the Quallcomm wifi? Im not sure if thats credible
Im using a logitech g402 wired mouse. No other wireless connectedAre you using any other wireless devices - eg mouse
Yes i can turn the bluetooth off without affecting the wifiRare, but possible. Can you turn the Bluetooth off w/o turning the Wi-Fi off?
Thanks for your helpI am signing off I am in UK
Will check progress when I resume
However I am sure my good colleague will resolve it.
He is often ahead of me on these issues.
No only this device. This is the ipconfig all when the internet stopped workingDo you have any other wireless devices that have the same issue?
The problem with wireless is that it's not as simple to troubleshoot.
This is what I would like to confirm.
When the connection is good, go to a command prompt (right click on start menu and choose command prompt admin mode) and type in:
Notate the IPV4 address, default gateway, and Preferred IPV4 DNS server.
When the disconnect happens, rerun the command and compare the two.
Please forgive spelling and misworded errors. My phone likes to autocorrect a lot.
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