Losing my wifi connection randomly
I bought an Acer Aspire 5733Z 4 months ago everything was going fine with my computer. then 2 months ago my WiFi connection dropped randomly the only way to get it to work again was restarting the computer...
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Wifi stands for Wireless Fidelity. It is a very popular technology that allows an electronic device to exchange data wirelessly using radio waves over a computer network, including high-speed Internet connections.Most of the people rush through while setting up their wifi connection without thinking about the security of their wifi connection.It is quite understandable that they want to connect to Internet as quickly as possible and Moreover securing a wifi network is a bit tricky for most of the people so they give up their hopes quite early and leave their wifi network unsecured.
Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, 64bit, Outlook 2003 SP3, IE9.
On boot-up my WiFi connects fine, and remains connected as long as I am working on the Internet.
Once I leave the PC for any length of time, (less than an hour), or work for a while on a document with no need to access the web, my WiFi connection drops out.
The BT Internet application then wants to fix the connection and takes me through a long involved process where I have to identify my router, which connection I want to use, and often I need to enter the wireless key and sometimes the admin password.
If, however, I simply restart Windows, the connection is just made for me. It's not really mission critical, only taking a couple of minutes to restart, but I just think it shouldn't be this way.
Is there a setting somewhere I should select/deselect?
Before we begin please note that this is about improving reliability of your wireless connection, not security. However following these tips are also good security aides. While it may seem counter intuitive ideally you have just enough WiFi signal being transmitted from your Wireless Access Point (WAP) to reach the desired area. Cranking up your Wifi signal strength to maximum just because you have it increases the likelihood of interference. Specifically it is called co-channel interference.
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