Did your Windows 10 wifi disconnect and won’t reconnect? don’t worry in this post, I’ll tell you how to fix the wireless adapter that keeps disconnecting windows 10.
If your Windows 10 internet disconnects randomly and won’t reconnect then, it might have some issue with software, hardware or maybe it’s happening because of some hidden error.
Sometimes its create a problem when you change some settings related to it or in the power option from the control panel. Or maybe it could happen because of a virus infection.
Here, below I share some methods to fix this problem. Just follow one by one to get resolved.
How To Fix Wireless Adapter Keeps Disconnecting Windows 10
As you know laptops have an inbuilt Wi-Fi adaptor. But on the desktop, there is no Wi-Fi adaptor available. So to use the internet on the desktop we need an external Wi-Fi adaptor.
Nowadays most of the latest Desktop motherboard has come with inbuilt Wi-Fi.
Many users, facing this Wi-Fi disconnecting problem. It may be happening because of a faulty Wi-Fi card or maybe it happens because of some software misconfiguration in the system.
So let’s check one by one following the below methods.
WiFi Adapter Driver Update
First of all, make sure that your Wi-Fi adaptor driver is up to date. Because an old device driver can create problems many times. So, you need to confirm which wifi adaptor you are using on your desktop or your laptop then, you need to download that device driver from the official website of that device.
If you don’t know your Wi-Fi adaptor company then, you can simply update from the device manager.
To update the driver from the device manager you need to follow the below steps.
- Go to search type “Device Manager“
- Double click on “Network Adapters“
- You can see your Wireless card
- Right-click on it and click on “Update Driver“
- Select “Seach automatically for drivers“
Make sure that you have connected to the internet and it will download the driver and update automatically. And this will may fix your problem.
Change Power Plan Settings
Sometimes Windows disconnect the Wi-Fi adaptor to save power. Windows has provided Mini power options according to user basis. If you need maximum performance from your computer then you can select a high-performance power option.
If you use your computer for normal operations then, you can select a power-saving option or you can choose the Windows default power option. Sometimes this problem happens because of this powerful option.
So you need to make sure that you just choose your power option to a maximum power plan. To do this follow the below steps.
- In the taskbar search option, search “choose a power plan”
- Click on “Change plan settings“
- Click on “Change advanced power settings“
- Expand “Wireless adapter settings“
- Expand “Power saving mode“
- In settings select “Maximum performance“
Restart your PC and check again.
Custom DNS Settings
Sometimes Wi-Fi disconnect for the wrong DNS setting. If your DNS is misconfigured in your Wi-Fi adaptor the Internet will not connect.
So you need to check fast the DNS setting or you can apply the default DNS. To change your DNS setting follow the below steps.
- Search “View network connections“
- right-click on your wifi adapter and go to “properties“
- Double click on “IPv4“
- Select “Use the following DNS server addresses“
- Then put the google default DNS number
- Preferred DNS server: 126.96.36.199
- Alternate DNS server: 188.8.131.52
Restart your system and check whether your wifi issue is fixed or not. If it is still not working, then apply the below method.
Socket & IP Reset
To reset your network adapter apply the below steps.
- Search “CMD” in the search bar
- Right-click on CMD and click on “Run as administrator“
- Type “netsh winsock reset” hit enter
- Then, type “netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt” hit enter
It will reset the IP logs from your pc. Restart your pc and check.
Check WLAN Services
Sometimes Wlan services get automatically disabled by some viruses. So you need to check whether the services are enabled or not. To check this, follow the below steps.
- Press “Windows+R” on your keyboard to get the “RUN” window.
- Type “services.msc” click on “Ok“
- Search “WLAN AutoConfig” right click and go to “Properties“
- Select Startup type to “Automatic“
Then, restart your pc and check again.
I hope by applying these methods your Wi-Fi disconnecting problem get resolved. These are the methods you need to apply if your wifi adapter keeps disconnecting in Windows 10.
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