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If there is intermittent network connectivity, then the driver for your Network Interface Card may need to be updated. Please try the following:
 
#1) Open Device Manager by typing '''devmgmt.msc''' in the Search box on your Taskbar and hitting Enter. The Device Manager utility window should appear.
# Double-click


2) Double-click
the '''Network adapters''' entry on the list in Device Manager.
#


3)
Right-click the name of your computer’s network adapter (for example, Realtek RTL8723BE 802.11b/g/n PCIe Adapter) and select '''Update driver''' from the pop-up menu.
#


4)
Select the option for Windows to automatically search the Internet from the correct driver update. Windows should find and install the latest network driver for your system.
#1) Open Device Manager by typing '''devmgmt.msc''' in the Search box on your Taskbar and hitting Enter. The Device Manager utility window should appear.
# Double-click


2) Double-click
the '''Network adapters''' entry on the list in Device Manager.
#


3)
Right-click the name of your computer’s network adapter (for example, Realtek RTL8723BE 802.11b/g/n PCIe Adapter) and select '''Update driver''' from the pop-up menu.
#


4)
Select the option for Windows to automatically search the Internet from the correct driver update. Windows should find and install the latest network driver for your system.

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Edit by: Dan A+ ,

Text:

If there is intermittent network connectivity, then the driver for your Network Interface Card may need to be updated. Please try the following:
 
# Open Device Manager by typing '''devmgmt.msc''' in the Search box on your Taskbar and hitting Enter. The Device Manager utility window should appear.

# Double-click
# Double-click the '''Network adapters''' entry on the list in Device Manager.

# Double-click
# Double-click the '''Network adapters''' entry on the list in Device Manager.
# Right-click the name of your computer’s network adapter (for example, Realtek RTL8723BE 802.11b/g/n PCIe Adapter) and select '''Update driver''' from the pop-up menu.
# Select the option for Windows to automatically search the Internet from the correct driver update. Windows should find and install the latest network driver for your system.

Status:

open

Original post by: Dan A+ ,

Text:

If there is intermittent network connectivity, then the driver for your Network Interface Card may need to be updated. Please try the following:

# Open Device Manager by typing '''devmgmt.msc''' in the Search box on your Taskbar and hitting Enter. The Device Manager utility window should appear.

#  Double-click the '''Network adapters''' entry on the list in Device Manager.

# Right-click the name of your computer’s network adapter (for example, Realtek RTL8723BE 802.11b/g/n PCIe Adapter) and select '''Update driver''' from the pop-up menu.
# Select the option for Windows to automatically search the Internet from the correct driver update. Windows should find and install the latest network driver for your system.

Status:

open