01-19-2018 02:36 PM
I have a Z510 and since the beginning I have always had issues with the wifi and the ethernet speeds, but having upgraded to Windows 10 i have been having continuously dropped connections that does with the speeds not matchcing what I was getting on other systems. The big issue I had is that being connected to through ethernet directly to the modem/router I would get random drops in connection where the status would say that I am disconnected when obviously am not.
The relevent drivers that I have installed are as followed:
For the WLAN driver - Broadcom 802.11n Network Adapter - 7.35.267.0
For the LAN Drivers - Realtek PCIe FE Family Controller - 10.23.1003.2017
I have tried numerous different drivers versions and the drivers taken directly from the link below.
The issue has not been resolved through every possible troubleshooting steps that I found on the internet.
01-19-2018 03:08 PM
I would try executing the following commands one at a time from an elevated Command Prompt (Admin) if you have not tried them already.
Note: It is probably a good idea to create a System Restore Point before before proceeding.
Also I would reset the router, which I presume is the 192.168.0.1 address you are pinging.
As a more drastic step, you can also reset all of the network components Windows 10
Best of luck,
01-19-2018 03:29 PM
Okay so I followed your first set of steps to the key and and immediately came up with the same problem of the ethernet disconnecting. I have task manager open and you can see the ethernet come up as disconnected for approximately 3-5 seconds and restart.
06-18-2019 06:39 AM
I have exactly the same issue as yours.
My ethernet keeps dropping and switch between ethernet and wifi, and I am driven to crazy some time when I would like to download something.
By the way, I noticed that when I directly plug the ethernet to the router, it can be better than when I connect the cable to switch.
do you find any solutions?