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WiFi Problem

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Hello everyone. I have been having this problem recently with my HP Pavilion where it says I am connected to the internet but says I have no internet access (of course the the internet does not work and sometimes the network selection where the network name shows up sometimes will briefly crash and the names disappear). I have tried repairing the problem through a network reset as an administrator three times now (trying it a fourth time) which involves resetting the WiFi and restarting the computer and it does fix the problem but after about two logins once I turn it on from hibernation, it does the same thing again where it stops working and the router is right next to me. Turning it off and leaving it off for a few minutes and turning it back on doesn’t fix the problem either (with this solution, it doesn’t work at all).

 

Can this be fixed permanently or am I going to have to get a new laptop?

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This Windows 10 forums thread has some useful info:  (9) WiFi turns off after turning off / sleeping laptop - Windows 10 Forums (tenforums.com)

 



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