Wi-Fi keeps breaking.

  1. Posts : 7
    Windows 10

    Wi-Fi keeps breaking.

    I've had this problem for about a month, and every time I fix it in a new way, it keeps coming back a few days later. I've restarted my modem, restarted my computer and updated my drivers. Sometimes one of these ways fixes the problem, sometimes it doesn't. And when it does work, a few days later, it won't let me connect to the internet again. It reads, "No internet access" or sometimes it just won't let me connect at all.

    My drivers are up to date, although manually selecting the version works on occasion. Sometimes I revert back to different versions of the driver until the internet works again. I've uninstalled Avast, and I have no AntiVirus at the moment, because I've heard that Avast could interfere or something, especially on Windows 10.

    I've also tried to follow up on command prompt stuff: "netsh int ip reset c:\resetLog.txt" was the command, I saw it in a video tutorial, and it worked twice, then stopped working altogether,

    Any possible solution to this? I've has countless problems with Windows 10, I've spending most of my time just figuring out a way to get past all these issues. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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  2. badrobot's Avatar
    Posts : 5,270
    Win 10 Pro x64

    Try winsock reset approach. At the admin command prompt, type "netsh winsock reset".
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