My device keeps dropping connection at seemingly random intervals. Running BIOS 0024, installed Win 10 Home 32-bit on STK1A32SC.
17.15 (default win driver),
18.33 (obtained through Windows Driver Update),
18.40 (had to install Intel ProSet package and manually update from driver in Device Manager)
I also tried reinstalling Windows without success.
Windows Network Diagnostics reset the device to resolve but it can drop the gateway again at random intervals, sometimes minutes someitmes hours later. Alsonetwork troubleshooting report displayed driver information as: Version 126.96.36.199 in C:\Windows\INF\netwbn02.inf
I manually replaced the netwbn02.inf file from the WI-FI ProSet driver package dated 2016-1-29, same error occurred.
My temporary workaround is to use my old Linksys WUSB600N.
I have not been able to successfully submit a ticket on your Customer Care Portal for the last 3 days so I am resorting to this forum.
Hey Dave I have the same problem...It started dropping out about 5 days a go, I thought it was/is my Arias gateway/router. I had a similar problem a couple years back, I switched out bad unit and it worked fine until now. I plan on switching out again in a day or so. I'll check back.
BugM., thank you for your feedback.
DaveH07, it seems like you have done all the possible troubleshooting for the Intel® Compute Stick, have you tried contacting our phone support? See here for the contact information http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/contact-support.html Contact Support.
I have not been contacted regarding the replacement unit yet however I have not noticed any connectivity issues for the past month. I have been watching more low quality streams and locally stored content vs HD streams.