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What can I do about poor Wi-Fi connection?

Hey, so I have a Lenovo IdeaPad U310 and have been experiencing some problems with the Wi-Fi connection. It advertised a connection speed of 4mbps, which is pretty close to what I get with a wired Ethernet connection. But via Wi-Fi, my download speeds only reach between 200-500kbps. Is there anything I can do to boost my connection speed?

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You first need to figure out if the problem is with your Lenovo Device or the Wi-Fi network:

Device/Machine problems: Try connecting to the Wi-Fi network with another device, like a laptop computer or friend's phone. If any other devices can connect to and use the wireless network, the problem is most likely specific to your device.

Network/Router problems: Check to see if your device can connect to a Wi-Fi network at another location, like a friend's house or a public network. If it can, the problem is most likely specific to the Wi-Fi network.

From here you can follow Lenovo’s Wi-Fi troubleshooting page here: https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/documen...

Also take a look at the Lenovo Ideapad U310 Troubleshooting page here on iFixit: Lenovo IdeaPad U310 Troubleshooting

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The first thing you should know is that Lenovo has acknowledged the faulty Wi-Fi cards contained in their Ideapad U310 and U410 models, resulting in a class action lawsuit. If you purchased your device before September 15 of 2014, then you are eligible to make a claim. To do so, visit https://www.lenovolaptopwifisettlement.c...

Otherwise, you first need to figure out if the problem is with your Lenovo Device or the Wi-Fi network:

Device/Machine problems: Try connecting to the Wi-Fi network with another device, like a laptop computer or friend's phone. If any other devices can connect to and use the wireless network, the problem is most likely specific to your device.

Network/Router problems: Check to see if your device can connect to a Wi-Fi network at another location, like a friend's house or a public network. If it can, the problem is most likely specific to the Wi-Fi network.

From here you can follow Lenovo’s Wi-Fi troubleshooting page here: https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/documen...

Also take a look at the Lenovo Ideapad U310 Troubleshooting page here on iFixit: Lenovo IdeaPad U310 Troubleshooting

Hope this helps!

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The first thing you should know is that Lenovo has acknowledged the faulty Wi-Fi cards contained in their Ideapad U310 and U410 models, resulting in a class action lawsuit. If you purchased your device before September 15 of 2014, then you are eligible to make a claim. To do so, visit https://www.lenovolaptopwifisettlement.c...

Otherwise, you first need to figure out if the problem is with your Lenovo Device or the Wi-Fi network:

Device/Machine problems: Try connecting to the Wi-Fi network with another device, like a laptop computer or friend's phone. If any other devices can connect to and use the wireless network, the problem is most likely specific to your device.

Network/Router problems: Check to see if your device can connect to a Wi-Fi network at another location, like a friend's house or a public network. If it can, the problem is most likely specific to the Wi-Fi network.

From here you can follow Lenovo’s Wi-Fi troubleshooting page here: https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/documen...

Also take a look at the Lenovo Ideapad U310 Troubleshooting page here on iFixit: Lenovo IdeaPad U310 Troubleshooting

Hope this helps!

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The first thing you should know is that Lenovo has acknowledged the faulty Wi-Fi cards contained in their Ideapad U310 and U410 models, resulting in a class action lawsuit. If you purchased your device before September 15 of 2014, then you are eligible to make a claim. To do so, visit https://www.lenovolaptopwifisettlement.c...

Otherwise, you first need to figure out if the problem is with your Lenovo Device or the Wi-Fi network:

Device/Machine problems: Try connecting to the Wi-Fi network with another device, like a laptop computer or friend's phone. If any other devices can connect to and use the wireless network, the problem is most likely specific to your device.

Network/Router problems: Check to see if your device can connect to a Wi-Fi network at another location, like a friend's house or a public network. If it can, the problem is most likely specific to the Wi-Fi network.

From here you can follow Lenovo’s Wi-Fi troubleshooting page here: https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/documen...

Also take a look at the Lenovo Ideapad U310 Troubleshooting page here on iFixit: Lenovo IdeaPad U310 Troubleshooting

Hope this helps!

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