Thank you for your post. The issue you see may be related to the power settings of this system. Change the settings of your power options of your laptop (just type “power options” Into the search) change the setting to High performance, then on the right to it click on “change plan Settings” then on “change advanced power settings” then under the first options it will list the wireless adapter settings, double click it, then double click on the “power saving mode” and set the option you wish to change to “maximum performance”
On a netbook usually by integration and design it will be set in a way to get the best power life, since it already has a very small battery and does not work well with overheating. On some systems you may have no access to some of the power settings.
Thank you for the answer, but I have already tried this solution and it doesn't seem to work.
I've also tried to turn off Bluetooth, turned off the Microsoft Wifi Miniport adapter, but unfortunately.
That is bad news; in this case you may actually be looking a faulty device, to check for a replacement you would need to contact the netbook manufacturer since they customize, integrate and test the components. Before getting the replacement you might want to check with them if this is an “expected” behavior or known issue on these systems.
hi having exact same problem have discovered that disabling 802.11n in the advanced adapter settings solves the problem, but now only connects upto 802.11g obviously. as soon as i re-enable n mode it completely crippels my connection. im connecting to a virginmedia hub so not sure if its a compatibilty issue or what but intel really need to sort it out.
hope this helps for a temperary solution.
Disabling 802.11n does indeed fix the problem. Thanks Adrian!
(had the same problem with this adapter and virginmedia hub)