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Extremely annoying Issue with Broadcom 802.11n Network Adapter

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HP Pavilion 15 Notebook PC
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi, well I'm not sure what is the real cause of this sinister problem ( I had enough ), but my network adapter keeps getting Limited connection randomly, since the time I was using Win8.1, sometimes, It works like charm, and other times, well, just piece of junk, I upgraded to Win 10 and the freacking problem still presists, once, I downgraded to Win 7, hoping it'd fix this problem, but what I've come up with is empty handed, recently, I've installed a clean Win10, means I've deleted all previous Windows versions and installed a pure Win10, downloaded my laptop's original drivers from HP support ( to avoid any hardware's software issues), and again, the same problem occures, I followed some tutorials on YouTube showing how to get rid of this issue, actually, at first glance, they seemed that they've solved this problems, but after while, it came back ( I guess those tutorials aren't dedicated for all Wirless Hardwares) I was wondering if bringing an external Wireless adapter would fix this issue, or even replacing the original integrated one, but I have to know wether it's a software or hardware problem, and another thing, when I used to use Windows' Troubleshoot Problems, each time, It was identified a problem, but mostly, it was that " DHCP server is not responding " and rarely it came with " Problem with wireless adapter or access point ", and also what I've noticed is that when I use my laptop near my router, this issue rarely happens, on the other hand, getting far away from the laptop a little bit would make the problem show up, and another remark is that not all the router that I've connetced to occur this problem with my PC, some of them connect normaly even if the distance is long sometimes, finally, I read in some forums that some Windows services can interfare with Wireless connectivity, I'm not sure, but it seems that it has a room in this problem, that's it, please help me out guys, I'm consedring to sell it and bring another one but first I have to solve this issue. advanced thanks to all and so sorry for the long thrilling story. :TongueOut:

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