04-18-2016 09:46 AM
I have an A530 that I recently updated to windows 10 from 8.1. At first it was working fine but then it started to lose wifi signal frequently. Every time i reboot, it works for a few mins but then loses signal again. I ended up connecting the computer with an ethernet cable and downloaded the latest realtek ethernet lan driver (vers. 10.001.0505.2015)
but i'm still having the same issues. I didn't see any current driver updates that would effect the WiFi but i gave this driver update a shot anyway. I know the router is ok because other devices i have on the network do not have any issues. Any help would be appreciated.
04-27-2016 02:44 PM
Hi venum67 ,
Welcome to the Community Forums.
What you can try is to turn off the power management of the wifi adapter from the device manager .
Uncheck the box " Allow to turn off device to save power " from the power management tab once you right click on the property on the WLAN card under device manager .
On advance tab , set any roaming aggressiveness / tendency / transmit to highest.
After restart see if that works for you .
There are also available drivers for Win10 that you may already have installed so just do the same process as indicated above.
If the same issue , you can try the native drivers for Win10 by doing a right click on the WLAN card under device manager and update. Choose browse on my pc and then allow to choose from list.
Update us how it goes.