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Re: Acer Aspire 5315
I have exactly the same problem, and Aspire 5630 with an Intel Pro wireless 3954 ABG Network Connection Network Adaptor which Device manager says is hunky dory. We need to go to the Intel website to see if they have any upgrades or other solutions. Totally fried today. DONT go to Acer, they'll be useless. Google Intel. Best, Richard
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Reason :- 1.Make sure your acer aspire is in range. 2.cheack is it your wireless disconnecting and reconnecting or is it your internet disconnecting and reconnecting. 3.Are you facing this issue with any other machine or is this the only one. If this is the only computer in which your wifi connection is dropping then there is issue with wireless connectivity.
solution:- 1.Turn of your router and modem and then check the wireless connectivity. If issue still persist then:- 2.Create a new network name and wireless security key and then connect to it:- Now check the wireless stability whether is it still disconnecting an reconnecting or is it stable now.
If issue still persist then bright your laptop close to router and then check wifi disconnecting any more or not if not then change the channel to 1 or 11 from your wireless router page.
Let me know if this worked for you or not. If worked then please rate my solution.
You may need to enable your Wireless adapter. You can do this by going into Control Panel then network connections. You should see a "Wireless LAN" icon. If you right click on it you can choose enable and then you can browse available wireless networks and connect.
if you're using your pc as a gateway to connect to the internet you need to make sure the pc is turned on and connected before you connect wirelessly from your laptop. alternatively you can connect directly to your wireless router from your laptop, eliminating the need to use your pc to connect
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