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is it just bad or am i missing something?

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Go to solution Solved by Jack Dvorak,

in your device manager, locate the USB drive (if you need help just unplug and replug and look for what pops up)

then look into its properties and make sure it doesn't have an autoturn off save power kinda thing. windows did that to my bluetooth adapter once for some odd reason.

 

hello! im using this usb wifi adapter, I know, I know, usb adapters suck. but i dont mind the low speed for now, but whats wronge is that it disconnects like every 5 minutes. so is this just the hardware being really bad or is it something software related?

 

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in your device manager, locate the USB drive (if you need help just unplug and replug and look for what pops up)

then look into its properties and make sure it doesn't have an autoturn off save power kinda thing. windows did that to my bluetooth adapter once for some odd reason.

 

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They don't all suck, just happens the one you chose does 😉
But yes, try this: https://www.top-password.com/blog/set-windows-to-power-on-off-usb-devices-in-sleep-mode/

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6 minutes ago, Jack Dvorak said:

in your device manager, locate the USB drive (if you need help just unplug and replug and look for what pops up)

then look into its properties and make sure it doesn't have an autoturn off save power kinda thing. windows did that to my bluetooth adapter once for some odd reason.

 

oh wow, i guess that was it, thanks!

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23 minutes ago, dizmo said:

They don't all suck, just happens the one you chose does 😉
But yes, try this: https://www.top-password.com/blog/set-windows-to-power-on-off-usb-devices-in-sleep-mode/

welp, if it were up too me it would have been a better one, my bro bought it for my dad quite a while ago for work at home, he didnt need it anymore so i took it. im going to look for an upgrade a guess.

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