Windows dis-connecting from a specific network


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    Windows dis-connecting from a specific network


    Hello,

    My Win10 disconnects from a specific network which is 5gz. I have to run a network troubleshooter every time to fix that issue. Sharing the screenshot below, have a look - Windows dis-connecting from a specific network-capture.pngWindows dis-connecting from a specific network-capture.png
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  2. Samuria's Avatar
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    Open a cmd prompt type

    netsh wlan show networks mode=bssid

    post results and which is the problem network?
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    Samuria said:
    Open a cmd prompt type

    netsh wlan show networks mode=bssid

    post results and which is the problem network?
    Sure. Here it is -

    Windows dis-connecting from a specific network-23untitled.png


    Also, I am using an external adapter to connect to that 5ghz network.
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  4. Samuria's Avatar
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    The signal strenght is on the border line 5G doesnt travel as far as 2G anything between the pc and network could make it disconnect even someone walking.

    Is the adaptee polerised the same plane as the router any tv, microwave or anything between the 2
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    Samuria said:
    The signal strenght is on the border line 5G doesnt travel as far as 2G anything between the pc and network could make it disconnect even someone walking.

    Is the adaptee polerised the same plane as the router any tv, microwave or anything between the 2
    As a matter of fact, yes, my router is in my drawing room which has a sofa set, and then there is my room (gate is closed). Can this be an issue too? If yes, how to fix it?
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