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Original post by: Cocozfy ,


=== Way 1: Reset the WLAN AutoConfig service ===

Step 1: Open Services window in Windows 10.

Press Windows logo+R keys to open a Run dialog box on your keyboard. Then type the '''services.msc''' and click '''OK''' button.

Step 2: Find and double-click '''WLAN AutoConfig''' on the right side of the Services snap-in window.

Step 3: When the new pop-up dialog appears, change the Startup type to '''Automatic''' and click '''Start''' button.

Step 4: Click '''Apply''' followed by '''OK''' to save changes and exit the window.

See if your HP laptop is now normally connecting to wireless internet. If not, go ahead to Way 2.

=== Way 2: Disable network adapter power saving Settings ===

Step 1: Open Device Manager in Windows 10.

Step 2: In the Device Manager window, expand '''Network adapters'''. Right-click your '''Network Connection''' and select the '''Properties''' option.

Step 3: When the Properties dialog pops up, go to '''Power Management''' tab, uncheck the option which says “Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power” and click the '''OK''' button to save your changes.

Restart your HP laptop to check to see if the issue persists. If so, you may need to try other ways are listed below.

=== Way 3: Adjust the speed and duplex of network connection ===

Step 1: Open Network and Sharing Center in Windows 10. Click '''Change adapter settings''' in the left-side panel.

Step 2: In the Network Connections, right-click the '''network adapter''' (I’m using '''Ethernet''') and click '''Properties''' from the context menu.

Step 3: Click '''Configure'''…

Step 4: Switch to the '''Advanced''' tab, scroll down to the bottom and click '''Speed & Duplex''', set the Value as '''10 Mbps Half Duplex''' and click '''OK''' button.

Now, check to see if your wireless internet connection is working properly. If the problem still exists, you need to follow the next Way.

=== Way 4: Using Command Prompt (Admin) ===

Step 1: Open Command Prompt as Administrator in Windows 10.

Step 2: In the administrative command prompt, type the following commands, press '''Enter''' after each command.

'''ipconfig /flushdns'''

'''ipconfig /release'''

'''ipconfig /renew'''

Close the window and check if your wireless internet connection is in a stable state.

Hope it works for you.