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My USB wifi adapter keeps reconnecting

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Guys I found out that the USB was Fried due to an earlier accident when my computer shorted

I'm using a 802.11n USB Wireless LAN Card for my computer & it keeps Randomly reconnecting, Disconnecting, & Then Reconnecting I didn't have this problem & it just Started Today.

I'm on Windows 10 64bit
& Using
Asus H81M-D Mottherboard
I5-4460
2x8GB of DDR3 Ram from Kingston
GTX 1060 GB

My Bios is
American Megatrends, V.2203

 

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What brand/model is it?

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2 minutes ago, YoboiCaseyJ said:

I'm using a 802.11n USB Wireless LAN Card for my computer & it kees Randomly reconnecting, Disconnecting, & Then Reconnecting I didn't have this problem & it just Started Today

Update drivers or reinstall them

 

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2 minutes ago, v0nn_toaster said:

What brand/model is it?

It's Exactly what it is an "802.11n USB Wireless LAN Card"

 

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Is it plugged into USB 3.0 or USB 2.0? If the former, try the latter, and vise versa.

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Other wireless devices having the problem or just this one?

Some basic things to try: connecting strictly to your 2.4ghz or 5ghz band, refresh IP and DNS, different USB ports.

Also resetting your modem/router if that's an option.

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1 minute ago, Newbithian said:

Is it plugged into USB 3.0 or USB 2.0? If the former, try the latter, and vise versa.

I'm Trying to use it on a USB 3.0 atm Checking if it Disconnects, the Problem is, it's at the back of my computer & Have the crapiest signal at the back of it

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5 minutes ago, YoboiCaseyJ said:

I'm Trying to use it on a USB 3.0 atm Checking if it Disconnects, the Problem is, it's at the back of my computer & Have the crapiest signal at the back of it

Ditch the USB, They are not good. I'd recommend getting a Wireless PCI-E card. It'll be much better.

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10 minutes ago, YoboiCaseyJ said:

Is it plugged into USB 3.0 or USB 2.0? If the former, try the latter, and vise versa

Okay I Tried to use it on the USB 3.0 & it did the same thing, the USB  2.0 on the other hand is where the Adapter Used to be Attached so it's kinda out of the list now

 

 

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49 minutes ago, IgorM said:

Update drivers or reinstall them

 

I Updated them, I left it for a while & it happened again

 

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Guys I found out that the USB was Fried due to an earlier accident when my computer shorted

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