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Lenovo Yoga WIFI Issue

2016-05-17, 1:14 AM

Hi, I posted here awhile ago and no one has been able to help with the issue. I have a problem with my Yoga 700 where I have to constaltly disconnect/reconnect to my wifi network--typically when I am using multiple tabs or browsing while streaming. I have tried uninstalling/reinstalling my WIFI driver and have had no success. How can I fix this?! thanks

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Re: Lenovo Yoga WIFI Issue

2016-05-17, 12:02 PM

Welcome to the Forums Jreder!

 

Please disable the IPv 6 setting. Just open up network connections, right click the wifi connection and hit properties, and then uncheck the box for IPv6.

 

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Let us know how you get on.

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Re: Lenovo Yoga WIFI Issue

2016-05-24, 1:24 AM
Thanks, I tried this and still no improvement.
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Re: Lenovo Yoga WIFI Issue

2016-05-24, 6:23 AM

The issue is usually caused by one of three things:

  • Settings on your router;
  • The firmware version on your router (essentially the driver for the router);
  • The driver for your wireless card;

 

You could use the System Restore feature to get your computer back the time when it worked.

Also, Reset wireless router to factory settings:

 

Let us know how you get on.

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