02-23-2017 05:56 AM
02-23-2017 11:13 AM
Just like to ask if you already checked if there was any update for the router. I have read a lot of post about the same issue for other devices from other sites and router firmware updates mostly fixes the issue. I would also recommend getting in touch with the router manufacturer.
Hope to hear from you soon.
02-23-2017 12:54 PM - edited 02-24-2017 01:28 PM
I'd also check your Windows system error log for any WLAN error messages. But, being an IT guy, you've probably already thought of that.
03-03-2017 12:46 AM
I did everything I had found on google but nothing helped. On the end I had to buy 4 new WiFi routers and configure them and place them on locations where my CEO connects on WiFi. But all 4 routers i had replaced was working for a year or so. So I decided to place them on other locations and they work seamlessly. So please Lenovo do something after all these Yoga devices are not cheap at all.
08-01-2017 09:04 AM
I have the same problem ever since I got this Lenovo yoga 910. I have a Tp-link router which has been working flawlessly with all my other devices till date. Only when I connect my yoga 910, within few mins, the whole router is jammed and restarting the router is the only solution to fix it.
I am really pissed off with this laptop, after paying a fortune. Till date there has been no single solution found on internet. I tried updating every possible driver and network/power settings on the laptop. I believe this Qualcomm wifi adaptor ( Atheros QCA61x4a) is a **bleep**ty piece of hardware which lenovo is shipping with this laptop and fooling the buyers.
08-01-2017 09:46 AM
If you have a dual-band router, try settling separate SSIDs for each band. Use Lenovo Companion to get latest drivers as Win 10 grabs an old one. Mine works once I did the 2 SSID thing. Connection became much less flaky after driver update. So, try the Lenovo Companion or website for drivers. If that doesn't work, do the separate ID thing.
08-04-2017 09:08 AM
Are you by chance running DD-WRT on your router ? I've experiencing the same issue with the Qualcomm Wifi card on my 710 15IKB and resolved it by downgrading the DDWRT firmware version on my TPLink router
08-08-2017 04:51 AM
12-14-2017 09:07 AM
12-14-2017 12:58 PM
My solve was a combination of the following:
Installed latest drivers from Lenovo website.
Found and uninstalled the Qualcomm WLAN Installer program
Fixed all the WLAN errors that were showing up in the Event Viewer (I had a lot, all bad permissions on registry keys)
Separated my dual band router so that each band had a different SSID. I only log on to the 5Ghz band on 910.
The router will still need a reboot for some reason once a week or two, but that - to me - is fairly normal. It no longer locks up, completely.