11-14-2010 06:41 AM
Well the title says it. The wireless keeps dropping and saying limited connectivity
I've bought my ideapad Y560 about three weeks ago.
I'm in a dorm so I don't have access to the router to do anything with that but I have an older lenove (N100) and that
one doesn't have the same problem.
I click the trouble shoot and every time it says problems with default gateway but it does fix it and connects. But this keeps on happening.
Another thing that happens is that while it's fixing the problem a small window on the wifi icon pops that says "My intel wifi adaptor" not found, or something like that.
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11-19-2010 12:29 PM
12-02-2010 12:26 PM
yigit +1000000 for that little tidbit of information, assuming it works. my wifi drops at home all the time (once every few days) and a router reset is always required. if this fixes it i will have to proclaim your awesomeness.
02-22-2011 06:25 AM
I have had my ideapad Y560 for some time now and have absolutely enjoyed it. But in the past few weeks, I have been having some issues. For some reason, unknown to me, the wireless keeps dropping the network. The network is till there and still working fine, the computer says that it is connected with internet access, but I cannot connect to any web site. I tried to disconnect from the network and then reconnect, but the computer then says there are connection issues that when I troubleshoot, it blames the router. This hs happened on two different wireless routers and no one else in the network is being dropped. I usually have to wait about five minutes and then it reconnects as though nothing is wrong, or in extreme cases I have to restart my computer.
Any ideas of what may be going on? I could really use the help.
Thanks in advance.
02-22-2011 07:42 AM
@omid429 and all
08-11-2011 04:54 PM
My leveno y560 wireless keep dropping and is very unstable... how can i fix this problem? i tried updating new drivers im running on atheros ar9285 driver 188.8.131.522