Replies posted by KroZee
Devices using Bluetooth, baby monitors, microwaves can easily interfere with the wireless signal. I believe that as well, but what troubles me, was it only interrupted my connection on my PC. What kind of Wireless chipset is in your device. This is very important, sometimes the Wireless chipset is causing this kind of issues. Due the oldness or some software related issues. I believe you are talking about the wireless adapter for the network Here’s the chipset model The first device was the built-in, an internal one. The second device is the one I’m using, an external one. This is what it looks like
My distance to my WiFi routerAs you see on the photo I drew, I don’t think its the distance. My WiFi router for the 5 GHz bandwidth is “N and AC Mode(802.11n/ac)” with 20 MHz. (10 connected devices) My WiFi router for the 2.4 GHz bandwidth is “Compatibility Mode(802.11b/g/n)” with 80 MHz. (14 connected devices) Right now the connection is not as bad as before for me at the moment, just once in 1 or 2 days. I get disconnected with the icon. And have to reconnect manually.
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