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Intermittent network connection might occur due to outdated network driver. I would suggest you to run the network troubleshooter and check if it resolves the issue. Refer to the link and follow the steps from it to try and resolve the issue: To update the driver, you would need to refer to the manufacturer website of the laptop to download and install the latest wireless network driver for Windows 8.
Check if the issue still persists. If yes, check with the next method. I would suggest you to check if the following setting has been set to disable the network connection frequently: Make sure that you are logged-in as an administrator to make these changes.
Check if the connectivity issues still persists. If yes, proceed to the next method. Reboot the computer and check if it helps. Please let us know if the issue till persists. Did this solve your problem? Sorry this didn't help. Hi, Ideally you want to be at least 5 or 6 feet from the router or further and not as close as possible. Sounds like there maybe a hardware problem with your computer or the router. Check with ASUStek Support, their on-line documentation and drivers, and ask in their forum about any known issues.
Also check with the same at the Router Maker's Support - and there may be a firmware update for the router. To install the driver download it to your computer to a folder you can remember its location. Also update the BIOS, low level chipset drivers, and the major on-board and separate device drivers. Get your apps and devices working in Windows 8. Your router would be suspect here, have you updated its firmware as a possible solution? And I would update your WiFi drivers on the computers.
How far are you positioned from the router? Are there obstructions in the way? Try actually updating your driver and clearing the network logon. Manually look at manufacturer's sites for drivers - and Device Maker's sites. You can download several at once however reboot after you install each one.
After looking at the System Maker's you can check Device Maker's for even newer versions. The ones from System maker become your fallbacks. You will lose connection when doing this and have to redo your logon. Tell us about your experience with our site. After updating to Windows 8. I believe it is a driver for my wireless network that is causing the problem but I have no idea what to do. I saw something online about trying to use an older update but when I go to the list of drivers it has so many to choose from.
Please someone help me thanks for your time. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Pinaki Mohanty Replied on December 26, What is the Make and Model of the laptop? Thanks for marking this as the answer. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. How satisfied are you with this response?
In reply to Pinaki Mohanty's post on December 26, Thank you for the response, but none of these helped resolve the issue. I have an Asus g75vx, it came stock with Windows 8 and it wasn't until I updated to 8. So an update and idk if this matters but So it appears the closer I am to the router the longer I have before any problems happen but its still not fixed. In reply to patrickjeffrey64's post on December 27, I cannot find the Command prompt in that pop up.
I am thinking I may need to be logged in as administrator In reply to stevopa33's post on September 24, Hi, I am having the exact problem with the same laptop. Was wondering if you ever solved it?
And if so, what did you do? I did, and if only I can remember exactly what to do, or at least how to direct you. It has to do with the power saving options in the control panel, maybe under internet options. Basically, Windows 8 defaults to a power saving option for the wireless adapter settings. I am pretty sure this is it, though it was a while ago that I adjusted the setting, but I can tell you for sure it is not a sophisticated problem all these "eggheads" think it is.
It is simply a problem in the default settings: I think if you change the level to maximum performance it keeps the computer from turning off the wireless router.
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