1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 15, 2014 5:47 PM by lhill

    Wifi jumps on and off!?!?!?!?!

    MartinPH

      Are you ******* kidding me intel? My thought when bying Intel NUC "Intel know their ****, they have been making this **** forever..."

       

      I Was wrong !

       

      First the ******* Sound Issue which apparently takes FOREVER to fix... !!! Even though they know why the problem exists. Was written in another debate...

       

       

      Now my ******* Wifi jumps on and off... For NO REASON, Full signal. Im NOT a ******, but not an IT specialist.

      The router stands 2inches from my NUC and still i cant stream tv for more than 2 minutes then it jumps off, cant browse in google chrome or anything, then after 30 secs its back on for 2 minutes... etc....

       

       

      And its NOT the wifi adapther which have been causing problems

      This is my Wifi adapter:

       

       

      Im EXTREMELY dissapointed in Intel and much have to change in order for me to buy Intel the next time....

       

      Dont release the ******* hardware whens i faulty on so many levels... Test it before shipping !!! Do quality work !

       

       

      And yes im extremely ****** right now !

        • 1. Re: Wifi jumps on and off!?!?!?!?!
          lhill

          Hello MartinPH,

           

          I'm very sorry you are having wireless connection issues. I had a quick chat with my wireless colleague here and got a few ideas:

           

          • Make sure you are using the current wireless software version – 16.7.
          • It sounds like it could be a router setting. You can try setting the router to a specific channel and turn off the auto-channel mode.
          • Try moving the router further away from the NUC - having it so close can cause issues. We recommend at least 2 feet distance.

           

          I'd also request you post your wireless experience on the Wireless community as well, as that one is monitored by wireless-specific technicians - https://communities.intel.com/community/tech/wireless

           

          Regards,

          Lois H.

          Intel