WiFi Getting Disconnected Continuously

WiFi Getting Disconnected Continuously – Windows 10

If you are having issues while connecting to a wireless network or your Wireless network is disconnecting continuously then follow this article to solve this issue.

In this article, I am going to tell you how you can fix WiFi Getting Disconnected Continuously issue in Windows 10.

Many reasons can cause this issue. There might be an issue with the adapter, Maybe your Anti-Virus is causing this issue or your Wireless adapter drives are not up to date.

Whatever the reason is you can follow the methods given below to solve this issue.

Fix WiFi Getting Disconnected Continuously in Windows 10

Solution 1: Troubleshoot Internet Connections

  • Go to settings from the start menu.
  • Type Troubleshoot and tap enter.
  • The Troubleshooting menu will open.
  • On the right side of the screen click on Additional troubleshooters.

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  • Click on Internet Connections.
  • Now click on Run the troubleshooter.
  • Follow the instructions on the screen to finish the troubleshooting steps.

Now restart your PC or laptop and see if the Wireless network is working.

Solution 2: Troubleshoot your network adapter

  • Follow the first four steps in the previous solution.
  • Inside Additional troubleshooters, click on  Network Adapter.

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  • If you have more then one adapter, the process will asks which one you want to troubleshoot.
  • Select the adapter that you want to troubleshoot and follow all of the instructions on the screen.

Restart your device and see if the Wireless network is working.

Solution 3: Reinstall the adapter driver

Download the latest wireless card driver compatible with your PC from your PC manufacturer’s website.

  • Open downloads to see the downloaded file.
  • Right-click on the driver’s file.
  • Click on Properties.
  • Now click on the Compatibility tab which is located on the upper side of the window.
  • Tick mark the box next to Run this program in compatibility mode for.
  • Click on the drop-down menu and select Windows 7
  • Click OK to save the settings.

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  • Right-click on the driver executable and select Run as Administrator. If any prompt appears Click Yes to proceed.
  • Follow the instructions on the screen to finish the driver installation.

Restart your device and see if the Wireless network is working.

Solution 4: Disable Your Anti-Virus

Sometimes Anti-viruses software can cause this issue. You can check this you temporarily disabling your Anti-Virus. Here is how you can do it.

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If you have an antivirus icon in the lower right side of the screen, next to the clock, right-click on it. Then choose Disable.

Check if the Wireless network is working or not.

Solution 5: Uninstall the driver from Device Manager and reinstall it

  • Press the Windows logo and the R keys simultaneously to open the dialog box.
  • In the run dialog box, write devmgmt.msc and click OK.

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  • On the left side of the dialog box search for the Network Adapter.
  • Select the Network Adapter that you are using.
  • Now right-click on the driver and select Uninstall.
  • Follow all of the instructions on the screen to finish the process.
  • Now install the driver.

Now, this issue should have been resolved. If not then follow the next method.

Solution 6: Check Wireless Adapter Cables

Check all of the cables connected to your Wireless Adapter. There might be a faulty wire or one of the wires may not be connected properly.

WiFi Getting Disconnected Continuously

These are some of the methods that you can follow to resolve this issue. If still your issue is not resolved then contact your Wireless Network provider and change the adapter.


Hope so this tutorial was helpful, We are grateful for the trust you have placed in us.

Regards: Team Windows Boy.

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