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Internet Adapter issue, it keeps losing network.

HP Windows 10 keep losing internet connection. The troubleshooter says internet adapter problem it then fixes fixes connection. It lasts for a while then I have to run troubleshooter again and go through the same process. Does anyone know how to fix this?

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Question edited to tidy up the written English.

I have this issue on a wired Desktop computer that uses a plug in gadget that takes the internet from my basement rec room where the television and router is and sends it via the house wiring to the 3rd floor where the computer is.

Put the App Speedtest on your smartphone and run it when the computer network drops out. My 50mbps internet drops to 11.6 or worse. Not sure why Bell Canada has this issue, but I notice my Internet is now labelled 'Century Link'.

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