WiFi randomly disconnecting

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  1. Posts : 6
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #11

    Ok, guys. I figured it out.

    The "Lso was triggered" event will be logged every time my computer connects to the WiFi network. That is to say, whenever I turn on or reset my computer, it will connect to the WiFi network and hence, log the event.

    Additionally, this event is logged every time my access point changes channel. My access point was configured for auto-channel selection, meaning this variable could change on-the-fly based on interference and usage. This explains why I saw the "Lso was triggered" event logged many times throughout the day even though I seldom shut down or reset my computer.

    I don't know why my WiFi adapter does this; maybe sub-optimal drivers or a bad access point; but sometimes when the channel changes and this event is logged, my internet connection is dropped for a second or so (very noticeable while gaming).

    The solution was to set a fixed channel in the access point. Problem solved. I have spent over 2 days without any internet connection drop and without the "Lso was triggered" event logged.
      My Computer


  2. Posts : 13,934
    Windows 10 Pro X64 21H1 19043.1503
       #12

    Good detective work. I wonder how many other people this could help?
      My Computers


  3. Posts : 1
    Windows
       #13

    RickSk said:
    Ok, guys. I figured it out.

    The "Lso was triggered" event will be logged every time my computer connects to the WiFi network. That is to say, whenever I turn on or reset my computer, it will connect to the WiFi network and hence, log the event.

    Additionally, this event is logged every time my access point changes channel. My access point was configured for auto-channel selection, meaning this variable could change on-the-fly based on interference and usage. This explains why I saw the "Lso was triggered" event logged many times throughout the day even though I seldom shut down or reset my computer.

    I don't know why my WiFi adapter does this; maybe sub-optimal drivers or a bad access point; but sometimes when the channel changes and this event is logged, my internet connection is dropped for a second or so (very noticeable while gaming).

    The solution was to set a fixed channel in the access point. Problem solved. I have spent over 2 days without any internet connection drop and without the "Lso was triggered" event logged.
    and how did you do this?
      My Computer


 

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