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Regardless of the adapter's revision, we recommend using the driver provided by the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer).
In order to better assist you, we need to gather more information. Please provide us with the following files and information:
- Intel® System Support Utility report.
1. Download the latest Intel® SSU.
2. While connected to your WiFi network, run the scan. Select to include "everything."
3. Name and save the report.
- Your WLAN Auto-Config log.
1. In the search box on the taskbar, type Command prompt, press and hold (or right-click) Command prompt, and then select Run as administrator > Yes.
2. Enter: netsh wlan show wlanreport
3. Go to: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\WlanReport\ locate wlan-report-latest.html
- What is the exact issue with the HP ProBook 645 G3*?
thanks for reply.
I have attached the appropriate items.
The exact issue is, that the wlan breaks away and does not connect again. Sometimes after the start of the notebook and sometimes after coming back from standby.
In my university we have 380 devices and i must found a solution of this wlan troubles.
with best regards
Thanks for your reply. Please let us know the following:
- Is the issue affecting all 380 devices? If so, are all of them laptops sharing the same model and specifications?
- Does the system disconnects if the computers are not connected to VPN?
- Can the issue be replicated outside the university network?
As for troubleshooting, please test the following on at least one of the systems:
- Perform a clean driver installation. We recommend using the driver provided by the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) first.
- Set the power options for wireless adapter to "Maximum Performance" on both battery and plugged in.