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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP

My HP Spectre x360 laptop with Windows 10 has been giving me Wi-Fi problems for more than a week now. It happened suddenly when I tried browsing the web and websites weren't loading, so I decided to reset the router but the problem persisted. I have tried EVERYTHING and then some. The problem seems to be mainly with my home Wi-Fi.. 98% of the time it will not connect at all or it will connect and say "No Internet, Secured" but on the few rare occasions that it does, webpages won't load at all or they'll load extremely slow. And when it does connect, it doesn't stay for more than 10 minutes. Now, when I connect to my mobile hotspot it seems to work fine and much more stable than my home Wi-Fi. Although, occasionally some webpages will not load or it'll randomly disconnect from my hotspot. In complete frustration I decided to factory reset... and of course, the problem has not been fixed.

Also, many other devices in my house using the same Wi-Fi have been working as usual with no interruptions including other laptops, ps4, TV, phones, etc. I have never had any connectivity issues until now. 

 

PLS HELP I BEG OF THEE!!!

 

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|i7 3770k 1.27v 4.4GHz|GTX 1070|'C750 Multimedia Computer System'|ASUS P8Z77-V LE|4x8gb mismatched 1600MHz CAS9|

|1x WD Black (1tb)64MB Cache|Intel 520 180 GB|Samsung 850 EVO 240 GB

JBL 4412 // P-308 / M-508, who needs a sub woofer when you have an equalizer?

Legacy:

 

Spoiler

pc -> preamp -> splitter -> my 'crossover' (equalizer set to +12db on 35-200hz, twice since its a stereo one and im using it as mono), my amp

'crossover' -> amp (cheapo ebay board) -> subwoofer

Equalizer: Pioneer SG-60

eBay amp: Generic 100w with terrible traits 

 

PC -> 3.5mm to RCA -> L = Speaker Set3, R = Pre Amp -> Amp -> Speaker Set1/2

Speaker Set3 = Subwoofer (Altec Lansing VS4121 subwoofer, the amp is using the built in amp with that sub)

Speaker Set1 = 'Tweeters' (2x Panasonic SB-FS900 Surround Speakers)

Speaker Set2 = 'Mid Ranged' (Center speaker from Panasonic SB-FS900, Generic 'JS Hi-Fi Speakers'

Total: 1 subwoofer, 2 midranged, 2 tweeters

Pre Amp: Onkyo P-308

Amp: Onkyo M-508

Speaker Set2 is set to -5db using my Amp, quieter because I don't like my mids to be as loud as my highs/lows

 no more 'no buzz', it's hearable with the subwoofer. 

 

 

 

 

138 is a good number.

You expected a easter egg? No.

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Sometimes disabling the wireless adapter and then re-enabling it has worked for me.  I don't know why.  Also, have you done any driver updates around the time the problem started?  If so, roll it back.  If not, might be worth it to check for a new driver.  

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 hours ago, Ringthane said:

Sometimes disabling the wireless adapter and then re-enabling it has worked for me.  I don't know why.  Also, have you done any driver updates around the time the problem started?  If so, roll it back.  If not, might be worth it to check for a new driver.  

Not sure if I had previously done any driver updates but I have disabled drivers, enabled, uninstalled, updated, installed latest from the HP site and nothing.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 9/23/2017 at 4:05 PM, ilyaisha said:

My HP Spectre x360 laptop with Windows 10 has been giving me Wi-Fi problems for more than a week now. It happened suddenly when I tried browsing the web and websites weren't loading, so I decided to reset the router but the problem persisted. I have tried EVERYTHING and then some. The problem seems to be mainly with my home Wi-Fi.. 98% of the time it will not connect at all or it will connect and say "No Internet, Secured" but on the few rare occasions that it does, webpages won't load at all or they'll load extremely slow. And when it does connect, it doesn't stay for more than 10 minutes. Now, when I connect to my mobile hotspot it seems to work fine and much more stable than my home Wi-Fi. Although, occasionally some webpages will not load or it'll randomly disconnect from my hotspot. In complete frustration I decided to factory reset... and of course, the problem has not been fixed.

Also, many other devices in my house using the same Wi-Fi have been working as usual with no interruptions including other laptops, ps4, TV, phones, etc. I have never had any connectivity issues until now. 

 

PLS HELP I BEG OF THEE!!!

 

Turns out it was my internal wifi adapter that was no longer working. I got a new one and everything is back to normal!

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