Whatever the reason, If your WiFi connection keeps dropping out, then reconnecting, here a few workarounds you can try to get your WiFi connection stable again.
Laptop keeps disconnecting from wifi
Before applying any solutions, Restart Router, modem and laptop, to clear any temporary glitch which may be causing Wifi disconnects automatically.
Temporarily disable any third-party security software (antivirus ) if installed to check and make sure security software not blocking the connection.
- Click the Wi-Fi icon (button) from the bottom-right corner of the taskbar.
- This opens the list of WiFi networks available in your area.
- Right click on the wireless network that you are connected, and click forget option,
- Restart your PC and reconnect to your Wifi network again using the security key.
Run Network Troubleshooter
Run the automated network troubleshooter, that can find and automatically fix network and internet connection related problems.
- Press Windows key + I to open settings,
- Click Network & Internet then Network troubleshooter,
- A new window opens, that diagnose and fix network problems.
- Now search for troubleshoot and select the first result, “Troubleshoot settings”
- Select network adapter then Click run the troubleshooter,
- This will diagnose problems related to network/WiFi adapter, check for if older driver causing the problem
- Once the diagnose process completes restart your PC and check wifi dropping issue solved or not.
Check for Latest Driver Update
The most common reason behind the problem is the Wifi Adapter driver incompatibility. And Updating your Wi-Fi driver with the latest version probably resolves the issues which may causing laptop to keep disconnecting from the WiFi problem.
- At first, Press Windows key + R, Type devmgmt.msc and press Enter. It will open device manager.
- Then, Expand Network Adapters.
- Now, Right click on the WiFi driver and select Update Driver Software.
- Then, Choose Search automatically for updated driver software.
- Follow on screen instructions, You also should do it for other network adapters and restart your PC.
Reinstall WiFi Adapter Driver
Also, try to uninstall the Network Card device from the Device Manager and reinstall the latest driver version.
- Open device manager using devmgmt.msc,
- Expand network adapters, Right click on installed WiFi Adapter driver select uninstall.
- Press ok To confirm the driver uninstallation.
- Restart windows to completely uninstall the driver.
On the next start windows automatically install basic driver on your device. If not installed then open device manager, click action then search for hardware change.
Also you can update your network adapter driver manually by going to the manufacturer’s website for it, and searching for the most recent correct driver for it.
Tweaking the Power options
Still need help, Let’s tweak power options “Disallow the Computer to Turn Off this Device to Save Power”
- Press Windows + R, type ncpa.cpl and ok to open Network connection window.
- Right, click on Active WiFi Adapter and Select properties.
- Under WiFi Properties, find out and click on Configure.
- Now Under Power Management, uncheck the box of choice — Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power and then click OK to save changes.
Change WIFI AutoConfig Service Startup Type
- Press Windows key + R type services.msc and hit OK
- This will open the windows services console
- Scroll down to WLAN AutoConfig and right click it to open its Properties.
- In WLAN AutoConfig Properties, locate Startup type and choose to set it as Automatic.
- Close the Services window and reboot your computer to take effect.
- Now you can detect your PC will not run into WIF losing connection issue on Windows 10.
Use Google DNS
Also Several users reported that WiFi is getting disconnected frequently, but after switching to Google’s DNS, the issue was resolved instantly. To switch to Google’s DNS, you need to do the following:
- Press Windows + R, type ncpa.cpl and ok to open network connections.
- Right click on active WiFi Adapter and select properties.
- On WiFi, properties select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and click on Properties.
- Select Use the following DNS server addresses. Set Preferred DNS server to 188.8.131.52 and Alternate DNS server to 184.108.40.206. Click on OK to save changes.
Reset TCP/IP configuration
If all the above solutions didn’t fix the problem, Then lets Reset TCP or IP settings for WIFI into the default settings which may also very helpful to fix the wireless network drops out randomly.
Open the command prompt as administrator,
Type command below one after one and press enter key each,
netsh winsock reset
netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt
Try Network Reset
Still experience the same problem, the laptop keeps disconnecting from wifi and won’t reconnect Reset Your Entire Network that brings back all the network related settings to their original state.
- Open Settings using Windows key + I,
- Click Network & Internet > Network Reset.
- Then, Click on Reset Now, click again when ask for confirmation.
- It will reset everything related to windows network settings.
- Once done the system restart automatically, on the next start you need to manually connect to the WiFi network using the WiFi password.
- In many cases, It fixes common internet connectivity issues. So, It also may fix the wifi disconnecting issue.
Again sometimes corrupted system files also cause a similar problem, I would like to recommend to run SFC or DISM Command. If the problem exists even after resetting windows, It may be an issue of hardware or your router. Try troubleshooting your router.