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wireless disconnects on only one computer and has to be reset on every start up

I have my laptop, works fine, my office computer works fine and then my personal computer which has become an issue. We thought it was too far away from the connection so we moved into the same room, still a problem. Every time the computer has been idle and we want to start up again, we have to troubleshoot and reset the wireless adapter 3 - have you got any solutions?
The other two computers are working perfectly fine and off the same connection.
Regards - Sissy
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    I would check to ensure that you have the latest drivers for your wireless card.
    I also would check to ensure that you have the latest firmware installed on your wireless router.

    Also, in Windows power settings, I would set the wireless adaptor to maximum performance.
  2. danny2000 said:
    I would check to ensure that you have the latest drivers for your wireless card.
    I also would check to ensure that you have the latest firmware installed on your wireless router.

    Also, in Windows power settings, I would set the wireless adaptor to maximum performance.
  3. Thank You, I have now updated the driver and will see if that works. The wireless adaptor was already set to maximum performance. Thank You Danny
  4. danny2000 said:
    I would check to ensure that you have the latest drivers for your wireless card.
    I also would check to ensure that you have the latest firmware installed on your wireless router.

    Also, in Windows power settings, I would set the wireless adaptor to maximum performance.


    Danny 2000 - thank you - so far your solution has worked - the best answer and you resolved the problem. You are appreciated . I tried to put "BEST ANSWER" but I could not get it to post so I am posting as DANNY 2000 BEST ANSWER

    DANNY 2000 BEST ANSWER AND HE RESOLVED MY ISSUE - THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU
  5. welcomin said:
    danny2000 said:
    I would check to ensure that you have the latest drivers for your wireless card.
    I also would check to ensure that you have the latest firmware installed on your wireless router.

    Also, in Windows power settings, I would set the wireless adaptor to maximum performance.


    Danny 2000 - thank you - so far your solution has worked - the best answer and you resolved the problem. You are appreciated . I tried to put "BEST ANSWER" but I could not get it to post so I am posting as DANNY 2000 BEST ANSWER

    DANNY 2000 BEST ANSWER AND HE RESOLVED MY ISSUE - THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU


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