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Hi,
 
Check, by using Device Manager, to see that you have the latest drivers for your WLAN adapter.
 
To get to Device manager in Win10 press win key + x key together, window should pop up with various links, including Device Manager, click to enter Device Manager, scroll down and find under Network Adapters your WLAN adapter , right click on it select Properties, click on Driver Tab update drivers.
Or here is a link to the latest Asus drivers. Use only the WiFi one if everything else is OK.
http://ivanrf.com/en/latest-asus-drivers-for-windows-10/
 
How many signal bars are showing on the WiFi connection?
 
Are you using the 2.4GHz or 5 GHz channels to connect?
 
Try downloading, installing and running a free WiFi scanning program to check the WiFi.
 
Use the program to see the actual signal level that you are using (remember the higher the number in dB the lower the signal strength - it is in -ve values). Also check to see how many other networks are on the same channel. The more networks using the same channel the more chance of interference which can cause problems.
 
Here is a link to a free WiFi scanner program. It is only one of many available.
 
http://www.techspot.com/downloads/5936-inssider.html
 
Hopefully this will be of some help.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi,
 
Check, by using Device Manager, to see that you have the latest drivers for your WLAN adapter.
 
To get to Device manager in Win10 press win key + x key together, window should pop up with various links, including Device Manager, click to enter Device Manager, scroll down and find under Network Adapters your WLAN adapter , right click on it select Properties, click on Driver Tab update drivers.
 
How many signal bars onare showing on the WiFi connection?
How many signal bars onare showing on the WiFi connection?
 
Are you using the 2.4GHz or 5 GHz channels to connect?
 
Try downloading, installing and running a free WiFi scanning program to check the WiFi.
 
Use the program to see the actual signal level that you are using (remember the higher the number in dB the lower the signal strength - it is in -ve values). Also check to see how many other networks are on the same channel. The more networks using the same channel the more chance of interference which can cause problems.
 
Here is a link to a free WiFi scanner program. It is only one of many available.
 
http://www.techspot.com/downloads/5936-inssider.html
 
Hopefully this will be of some help.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi,
 
Check, by using Device Manager, to see that you have the latest drivers for your WLAN adapter.
 
To get to Device manager in Win10 press win key + x key together, window should pop up with various links, including Device Manager, click to enter Device Manager, scroll down and find under Network Adapters your WLAN adapter , right click on it select Properties, click on Driver Tab update drivers.
 
How many signal bars on showing on the WiFi connection?
 
Are you using the 2.4GHz or 5 GHz channels to connect?
 
Try downloading, installing and running a free WiFi scanning program to check the WiFi.
 
Use the program to see the actual signal level that you are using (remember the higher the number in dB the lower the signal strength - it is in -ve values). Also check to see how many other networks are on the same channel. The more networks using the same channel the more chance of interference which can cause problemproblems.
Use the program to see the actual signal level that you are using (remember the higher the number in dB the lower the signal strength - it is in -ve values). Also check to see how many other networks are on the same channel. The more networks using the same channel the more chance of interference which can cause problemproblems.
 
Here is a link to a free WiFi scanner program. It is only one of many available.
 
http://www.techspot.com/downloads/5936-inssider.html
 
Hopefully this will be of some help.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi,
Check, by using Device Manager, to see that you have the latest drivers for your WLAN adapter.
To get to Device manager in Win10 press win key + x key together, window should pop up with various links, including Device Manager, click to enter Device Manager, scroll down and find under Network Adapters your WLAN adapter , right click on it select Properties, click on Driver Tab update drivers.
 
How many signal bars on showing on the WiFi connection?
 
Are you using the 2.4GHz or 5 GHz channels to connect?
 
Try downloading, installing and running a free WiFi scanning program to check the WiFi.
 
Use the program to see the actual signal level that you are using (remember the higher the number in dB the lower the signal strength - it is in -ve values). Also check to see how many other networks are on the same channel. The more networks using the same channel the more chance of interference which can cause problem.
 
Here is a link to a free WiFi scanner program. It is only one of many available.
 
http://www.techspot.com/downloads/5936-inssider.html
 
Hopefully this will be of some help.

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Postagem original de: jayeff ,

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Hi,

How many signal bars on showing on the WiFi connection?

Are you using the 2.4GHz or 5 GHz channels to connect?

Try downloading, installing and running a free WiFi scanning program to check the WiFi.

Use the program to see the actual signal level that you are using (remember the higher the number in dB the lower the signal strength - it is in -ve values). Also check to see how many other networks are on the same channel. The more networks using the same channel the more chance of interference which can cause problem.

Here is a link to a free WiFi scanner program. It is only one of many available.

http://www.techspot.com/downloads/5936-inssider.html

Hopefully this will be of some help.

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