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11-26-2022 05:20 AM
Hope you all are doing great! Season's greetings first of all!
I own a HP Pavilion 15.6 inch Gaming Laptop PC 15-ec2000 notebook, recently I'm facing WIFI drop issue.
All of a sudden WIFI disconnects and doesn't show any network in WIFI tab. Literally it shows no network is available.
I have almost 4 routers (combination of 2.4ghz and 5ghz) in my apartment and none of the router is shown in the WIFI tab, if it was for one router then may be router has it's issues. Since laptop isn't able to detect any of 4 I firmly believe this is laptop's problem.
What I used to do was uninstall driver and reboot or update the system to let the driver install again, after reinstallation of driver the WIFI works like a charm. I can't be doing this every time and I don't know how unhealthy practice it is for the hardware/notebook. I've been using Pavilion G6 for almost 9 years now and I recently upgraded to HP considering the robust Pavilion G6's characters. But now I'm a bit disappointed to be honest. I'm looking forward for help. Lend me a helping hand guys!
Suresh Kumar Krishnan
11-26-2022 07:49 AM - edited 11-26-2022 07:50 AM
I used to have similar problems with the WiFi.
I would suggest making the following changes in device manager:
- 2.4G Wireless Mode - Disabled
- 802.11D - Disabled
- Beacon Interval - 50
- MAC Randomization - Disabled
- Preferred Band - 5G First
- Roaming Aggressiveness - Lowest
Hope this helps.
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