From time to time, suddenly the Wi-Fi connection, the adapter, just cuts off. I Troubleshoot (Windows 10), then it auto resets the adapter, and I gain the signal again, shortly. It then disconnects, I troubleshoot, reset the connection, gain the connection briefly, then it quits again. After a few minutes of this, the adapter is stable for a day or a few days before it happens again.
I have done a variety of things, including resetting the connection, updating the driver (just a few days ago), using Comman prompts to flush the DNS, stopping auto-power save in Windows etc. The problem just continues.
This happens only on my PC, no other device loses the wi-fi signal at the same time my PC does.
I have uploaded two relevant files. Any ideas please?
Thank you Leonardo.
I have done a clean installation of the adapter driver, also run the Intel auto updater which found the latest update for my network adapter, and updated it.
The advanced settings according to my router capabilities I do not know anything about, and my ISP makes it a rule to not touch any of the router settings.
The Wireless adapter AC 3168 comes preinstalled on my HP PC.
I have attached the updated report.
For now, of course the adapter is working fine, as it often does. I won't know if the problem is fixed, until the problem occurs again: depending on the effect of the updated driver.