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Pc won’t consistently connect with internet

Byamps

When I first turn on my pc it doesn’t connect to the internet and when I try to connect manually it says the wifi I’m trying to connect to is good but then when it actually connects there’s still no internet restarting my computer seems to fix the problem around 25% of the time and sometimes it will just randomly disconnect from the internet my

 

OS: windows 11 64 bit

 

graphics card: AMD Radeon RX 7700 XT

 

cpu: AMD Ryzen 7 7700 8-core processor

 

motherboard: PRO B650M-A WIFI
 

I know the problem isn’t the router because my phone works off the same internet and never has these issues as well as the fact that if my computer isn’t connected to the internet my phone still is

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26 minutes ago, Byamps said:

When I first turn on my pc it doesn’t connect to the internet and when I try to connect manually it says the wifi I’m trying to connect to is good but then when it actually connects there’s still no internet restarting my computer seems to fix the problem around 25% of the time and sometimes it will just randomly disconnect from the internet my

 

OS is windows 11 64 bit
 

I know the problem isn’t the router because my phone works off the same internet and never has these issues as well as the fact that if my computer isn’t connected to the internet my phone still is

dose your motherboard have wifi if so what motherboard are you using or a you using a usb or pcie add in card

 

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28 minutes ago, GOATWD said:

dose your motherboard have wifi if so what motherboard are you using or a you using a usb or pcie add in card

 

My motherboard has wifi. What do you mean by usb or pcie? and you want my graphics card?

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1 hour ago, Byamps said:

When I first turn on my pc it doesn’t connect to the internet and when I try to connect manually it says the wifi I’m trying to connect to is good but then when it actually connects there’s still no internet restarting my computer seems to fix the problem around 25% of the time and sometimes it will just randomly disconnect from the internet my

 

OS: windows 11 64 bit

 

graphics card: AMD Radeon RX 7700 XT

 

cpu: AMD Ryzen 7 7700 8-core processor

 

motherboard: PRO B650M-A WIFI
 

I know the problem isn’t the router because my phone works off the same internet and never has these issues as well as the fact that if my computer isn’t connected to the internet my phone still is

What frequency band is your router running on, does it support 5Ghz, or higher, try switching to one of those networks if you are on 2.4Ghz, if you are using wireless accessories like keyboard and mouse they can sometimes cause problems with the 2.4Ghz band. If you only have 2.4Ghz, try turning off any wireless accessories and see if theres any difference.

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1 hour ago, zaprqn said:

What frequency band is your router running on, does it support 5Ghz, or higher, try switching to one of those networks if you are on 2.4Ghz, if you are using wireless accessories like keyboard and mouse they can sometimes cause problems with the 2.4Ghz band. If you only have 2.4Ghz, try turning off any wireless accessories and see if theres any difference.

How do I check ghz because honestly I don’t even know what that is

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6 hours ago, Byamps said:

How do I check ghz because honestly I don’t even know what that is

What model is your router, if it supports dual band you would see two similar named networks in the list something like "your network 2G" and "your network 5G" or some variations of that depending on how it was configured and what was enabled.

 

You can check in your wifi network properties the network band, for example:

 

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Also did you try disconnecting any wireless accessories you may have, i've had a similar issue when i have a wireless mouse connected and it would just kill of my wifi, i would connect to the network but it will show no internet connection and the second i remove the wireless adapter from the usb it would show up?

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15 hours ago, zaprqn said:

What model is your router, if it supports dual band you would see two similar named networks in the list something like "your network 2G" and "your network 5G" or some variations of that depending on how it was configured and what was enabled.

 

You can check in your wifi network properties the network band, for example:

 

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Also did you try disconnecting any wireless accessories you may have, i've had a similar issue when i have a wireless mouse connected and it would just kill of my wifi, i would connect to the network but it will show no internet connection and the second i remove the wireless adapter from the usb it would show up?

I have not tried unplugging wireless accessories but that seems really similar to my problem so I’ll try that next time it happens

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15 hours ago, zaprqn said:

What model is your router, if it supports dual band you would see two similar named networks in the list something like "your network 2G" and "your network 5G" or some variations of that depending on how it was configured and what was enabled.

 

You can check in your wifi network properties the network band, for example:

 

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Also did you try disconnecting any wireless accessories you may have, i've had a similar issue when i have a wireless mouse connected and it would just kill of my wifi, i would connect to the network but it will show no internet connection and the second i remove the wireless adapter from the usb it would show up?

Also I am on a 2.4ghz network so it really does seem to line up with your same problem

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