I have already made sure my drivers are up to date. I am on Windows 64-bit and my adapter is Intel (R) Wireless-AC 9260 160 MHz. Also none of the devices I use are connected by bluetooth, they all have wires, PLEASE HELP im frustrated. :(
Ok, what is the model number of your device/motherboard?
If you are a laptop, contact the manufacturer. They are responsible for support of their laptop.
You do not know who made your PC and what the model number is?
Then, there is nothing that can be done here. And, you do not have a NUC, so you posted in the wrong forum. You should post in the forum of the manufacturer of your PC.
Your system/PC/device may use an Intel wireless card. I do not know. But, gigabyte does.
You came here with no information about your system.
When did you get this PC?
When did this problem start happening?
What OS (that is Operating System)? Windows 10? What version? 1903? 1909?
Have you or anyone else changed or replaced the wifi card?
What is the model number of your wifi card?
If you do not know this information, go to gigabyte to get it.
Additionally, since you say you are not using any wireless devices, just go into the device manager and disable the wireless card, or physically remove it (unless, of course, you have a wireless network connection).
Do you have a warranty with this PC?
Are you using the drivers provided by gigabyte?
And what version of Windows 10 are you using? 1903? 1909?
Have you looked in the event log for errors? If so, what are you seeing?
To avoid any other information collection problems, download, run, and attach (using the paperclip) the results of this utility:
Then, an Intel support engineer can assist you.
Thank you for posting on the Intel® communities.
In order to understand better the behavior, could you please confirm additional details?
1- The sound you are hearing, it is the one that refers to "Windows Hardware Remove"? Please refer to this link* as a reference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKDh-9bwDsc
2- In case it refers to any other sound, are you hearing it via integrated speakers on the laptop or are you using Bluetooth* speakers.
3- When you see the device disconnecting, Is the connection interrupted? For instance, you can test by connecting a Bluetooth* device (speaker, cellphone, etc) and see if when hearing the "disconnecting sound" the connection is lost between your Bluetooth device and the Intel® Bluetooth adapter.
4- Was any Windows update, software or hardware change before the issue occurred?
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Yes the sound i am hearing is the hardware removed sound over and over without the hardware add sound, just the hardware remove sound every 15 seconds or so. There was no update before the issues started, but i did update after the issue started, because i thought that might fix it. I am on a desktop, not laptop and im hearing it through my gaming headset that is connected via wire.