As regular readers know, I have been the unfortunate participant in a continuing issue with wireless networks randomly disconnecting in Windows XP and now with wireless network disconnects in Windows 7. Over that time, I’ve come to understand a lot about how Microsoft networking functions
Update: There is an official Windows 7 hotfix regarding WiFi disconnection. It isn’t auto-installed though, so you might want to try it first: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3094412 Here we go again. I had hoped this crap would be fixed in Windows 7, but apparently the long suffering Microsoft blunder
I recently moved my office down to the basement. It’s a nice space and everything, but it’s in the back of the house and the wireless access point is attached to the cable modem up in the front of the house. Now, I after the
Troubleshooting the bizarre issue of wireless networks running Windows randomly disconnecting after connecting to the wireless network just fine. Don’t worry, this article will not blame your microwave or your cordless phone.