02-13-2013 08:42 AM
There is already another thread with this topic.
So far no fix as been found, for me and a few others. Some people had good experience with the latest BIOS update. While I think I have some minor improvement, I still experience a delay of 30 seconds for wireless to be active once resumed from sleep. I also had some issues where the wireless just drops out while using it, requiring disable/re-enable of the device. Cannot confirm if this is resolved as I haven't used the device much since my latest updates.
02-15-2013 08:17 AM
The latest drivers do work better but the wifi still is fairly unstable compared with every other Lenovo computer I have owned. I still have to regularly reset the wifi. It is much less frequently with the new drivers but the problem has not been eliminated.
03-04-2013 11:19 AM
I am having the same problem. it is getting progressivly worst over time.
I have a CUU also, and dont know if the wifi driver is different for non touch models.
Has anyone found a solution for this on the non-touch carbon forum?
03-13-2013 10:18 AM - edited 03-13-2013 10:19 AM
I am having the same issues on a fresh X1 Carbon Touch 3460 AQG. Win8 64 bit OS- 8GB RAM, SSD
Wireless shows Connections available but does not connect or does not even show wireless networks present.
Disabling and Enabling the wireless device resolves the issue.
Any idea how to go about this issue to find a Resolution?
10-05-2013 09:20 AM - edited 10-05-2013 09:23 AM
I'm not yet fully sure, but this is the longest it stayed connected - I uninstalled Intel PROSet from Programs and Features. Now the WiFi has been connected for 24 hours+. Before it would drop the connection every 1-2 hours and had to Disable/Enable the adapter to get back on.
Previously, I had tried to:
- set the power plan setting for WiFi to Maximum
- uncheck the "Allow the computer to turn off this device" box in Device Manager -> Power Management
- mess around with Roaming and Channel Width settings in Device Manager
- uptade Intel PROSet
- update my router software
- keep the router and the laptop in clear line-of-sight (I kid you not)
None of that worked...
01-12-2014 09:30 AM
Was there an actual fix for this?
I'm using an X1 Carbon with a clean install of Windows 8.1. It has the latest WiFi driver but I'm still having regular WiFi dropouts. The WiFi seems to stay connected to the network (I can access other devices) but it loses Internet access quite frequently, and the only way to get it back is to disable and re-enable the adapter.
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