There are a few reasons why your PC might keep disconnecting from Wifi. Here are some things you can try to fix the problem:
Restart your router and your PC. This is the simplest and most common solution, and it often works.
Check the signal strength. Make sure that your PC is within range of your router. If the signal is weak, try moving your PC closer to the router.
Forget and re-add the network. This can sometimes help to clear up any problems with the connection. To do this, right-click on the Wi-Fi network in the Network and Sharing Center and select “Forget”. Then, reconnect to the network again.
Update your network adapter drivers. Outdated drivers can sometimes cause Wifi problems. You can update your drivers manually or automatically.
Reset the Wifi AutoConfig service. This service is responsible for managing your Wi-Fi connections. To reset it, open a Command Prompt window and type the following command:
netsh winsock reset
Run the Network Troubleshooter. This tool can help to identify and fix problems with your network connection. To run it, open the Settings app and go to “Network & internet > Status”. Click on “Troubleshoot problems”.
If you have tried all of these things and your PC is still disconnecting from Wifi, then you may need to contact your router manufacturer or your internet service provider for further assistance.
Here are some additional things to keep in mind:
- Make sure that there are no other devices using up the bandwidth on your Wifi network.
- Avoid using your PC in areas with a lot of wireless interference, such as near microwaves or cordless phones
- If you are using a Wifi extender, make sure that it is properly positioned and configured.