I have an HP Pavilion 15-1222wm laptop, I apologize in advance if that is the wrong device name. Recently, my laptop has been frequently disconnecting from my WiFi. It is always at random times. I have searched the internet and tried every solution offered, but the problem still continues. It appears that this is an ongoing issue with many HP users. Could someone please assist?
I have been following this topic for a few days now, as I had a similar problem. It seems to have been solved now, however. I uninstalled the Realtek adapter - but didn't delete it - and re-started the computer. The problem seems to have gone away (fingers crossed).
I'm frankly staggered to see that fitting a third-party dongle is regarded as satisfactory. There are quite a few similar posts here at present, so HP should be looking for a proper fix, otherwise my advive would be to get a new computer from another manufacturer.
1. Since the 1st day so far the WIFI network had a poor perfomance , It do not reach more than 30mb x sec (other laptops connected at same network reach even triple of speed). But the WORST thing is that this HP laptop gets disconnected VERY frequently! I resigned myself buying a USB WIFI but this also keep disconnecting so I suppose that HP has a design problem in their motherboards.
2. When this laptop had 6 months the second har disk (not ssd) died and got completely unrecoverable. I lost all my work.
3. After 1 year of usage the battery lasts no more than 2 minutes.
If there is any solution to at least solve the disconnecting wifi issue I would be a little bit more happy.
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