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varonica
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How to fix my HP Pavilion 15 Laptop PC 15-eg0097nr keeps disconnecting from WiFI ?

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PC 15-eg0097nr
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

 It’s frustrating when ever i am leaving the laptop for a while,  it trigger the sleep mode then It automatically Disconnect form Wifi even i am in range of the router.  it’s possible to fix.

 

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 You can fix your laptop by using these simple Methods:-

Method 1: Restart your laptop and network devices

When your laptop keeps dropping out from your wireless network, the first thing you should try is to restart your laptop and router/modem. This helps you reset your network settings and fix your network issues.

To do so:

1) Shut down your laptop, then disconnect the power cable from it.

2) Turn off your router/modem, and then unplug the power cable from them.

3) Leave all your devices for about one minute.

4) Plug the power cables into your laptop and your router/modem.

5) Turn on your router/modem, then your laptop.

Now try connecting your laptop to your wireless network. Hopefully, this fixes your disconnecting issue. But if not, don’t worry. If still not fixed then you can try this second method.

Method 2: Change Scan Valid Interval

If still, your wifi keeps disconnecting  You can also increase your Scan Valid Interval to fix your wireless network issue.

To increase your Scan Valid Interval:

1) On your laptop, press the Windows logo key and R on your keyboard to open the Run box. 

2) Right-click your Wireless/WiFi network adapter, then click Properties.

3) Click the Configure button.

4) Select the Advanced tab, then click Scan Valid Interval. Change its value to 120, and click OK.

 

We hope one of these fixes works for you. If you have any questions, leave us a comment below.

 

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shreyakith
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 You can fix your laptop by using these simple Methods:-

Method 1: Restart your laptop and network devices

When your laptop keeps dropping out from your wireless network, the first thing you should try is to restart your laptop and router/modem. This helps you reset your network settings and fix your network issues.

To do so:

1) Shut down your laptop, then disconnect the power cable from it.

2) Turn off your router/modem, and then unplug the power cable from them.

3) Leave all your devices for about one minute.

4) Plug the power cables into your laptop and your router/modem.

5) Turn on your router/modem, then your laptop.

Now try connecting your laptop to your wireless network. Hopefully, this fixes your disconnecting issue. But if not, don’t worry. If still not fixed then you can try this second method.

Method 2: Change Scan Valid Interval

If still, your wifi keeps disconnecting  You can also increase your Scan Valid Interval to fix your wireless network issue.

To increase your Scan Valid Interval:

1) On your laptop, press the Windows logo key and R on your keyboard to open the Run box. 

2) Right-click your Wireless/WiFi network adapter, then click Properties.

3) Click the Configure button.

4) Select the Advanced tab, then click Scan Valid Interval. Change its value to 120, and click OK.

 

We hope one of these fixes works for you. If you have any questions, leave us a comment below.

 

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