Windows 10: Laptop WiFi slowed down to a crawl
Laptop WiFi slowed down to a crawl
Device: Toshiba Satellite C55-C5241.
OS: Windows 10 x64 (Pre Installed)
WiFi Router: Netgear N600 Wireless Double band router (WNDR3400v3). Firmware version V126.96.36.199_1.0.40
I get a low speed of 0.3 Mbps on the laptop through WiFi whereas the same WiFi gives about 30Mbps bandwidth on my android phone. Could you please help me troubleshoot? I'll be glad to provide more information
The speed is back to normal (30 Mbps). It might be due to one of these reasons:
1) Another user was logged into Ubuntu (Ubuntu is sometimes known to usurp the WiFi bandwidth from other laptops and PCs while using certain Broadcom device drivers)
2) Upgraded the router firmware.
for the last 4 days at 1:24 pm I get the same error of
Crawl could not be completed on content source . Context: Application, SystemIndex Catalog Details: The parameter is incorrect. (HRESULT : 0x80070057) (0x80070057)
I have Windows 10 Home, fully updated.
My next-door neighbor rents his cable modem from Time Warner, so there's an open network called TWC Wifi (and also a Cable Wifi). I have never manually connected to this network, and it doesn't show up in...
I go into network settings and try slide green slider to on but just flips back to off..
I tried with ethernet and it works that way.
I use wired ethernet on my laptop, so the wireless goes unused. Thus, I'm wondering if it's possible to set up my laptop as an AP, so that devices like my smartphone can get a better signal when plugged in for charging.
I am about to clean install win 10 on my Toshiba satellite laptop and I was wondering if the new OS will see my wireless adapter card that just recently my win 7 machine does not.
Assuming the card is not kaput does anyone think it will ?