I bought 3 weeks ago new laptop - Gigabyte G5 KC
I have usually disconnected from the Wifi of my university. At first i thought the problem on there network, but after 3 days when they test everything, its disconnect me from the wifi but from the network provider its show that he gave me ip, which means that he respond my request and created new IP address, but i cant connect the internet itself.
By the way, the router close to my room and for everyone in the dorms building the internet work perfect. Not only but also, every room have his own router, and my roommates dont have any problem, its just this adapted Wifi. Furthermore when i got the disconnecting, my phone still connect to the same wifi and not have any issue.
I tried to install the drivers from Intel - "Intel Driver Support Assistant", its update my Wireless card to version 188.8.131.52 and show me that everything updated successfully.
Unfortunately its didnt solve the problem. Still i can connect to the internet, enter Zoom classes and from nowhere its disconnecting me and i doesnt have connection for long time.
Open Wireshard to see the traffic and saw i have respond from the host but didnt see the any packets after that, just fail to connect.
What can i do to solve the issue ? I pay a lot for this laptop, and more important, i cant study like and when i enter,exit,enter,exit in classes.
I uninstall, removed the driver and reinstall it. I restart my computer and then i have internet, but maybe the problem is on win10.
I use with 2 screens, one of course is the laptop, and the other one is regular TV (not Smart) and connect with HDMI. Long story short, when i plug the HDMI to my laptop i get disconnection , and if plug it out, my internet back again. its probably something with the windows 10 pro maybe? cause i saw yesterday that windows 10 have problem with dual screens and they release big update but not gonna be soon (date release in October). The good news they release this week a beta version of the update, but as you know beta is beta in the end of the day...
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