I have dell inspiron n5520.My laptops wifi sometimes get disconnected in the middle and and reconnects automatically again..when I use lan internet works fine without getting disconnected..
Let’s try the following steps:
If the above steps do not work, then perform the following steps:
Update the wireless drivers. First check the wireless card that’s installed on the computer from Device Manager
Then go to our support site and install the drivers:
In case you do not get prompts on the screen for instructions, then
I would also recommend you to update BIOS. Here is the link http://dell.to/UwLlYT
Note: Before updating BIOS please ensure that: *Battery is 10%> or >10% charged *Battery charger should be connected *No external devices (flash drives, printers, external hard drives) should be connected. *All other programs should be closed and documents saved
Please reply if you have any questions.
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In the property box I only found roaming tendency which is set to moderate.There is no roaming aggressiveness,throughput enhancement and transmit power option.
How to update BIOS.Is it risk free?
Thank you for the response. Please ensure that you are within the range of the wireless. Check in 'Safe Mode with Networking'
Please follow the steps mentioned below to update the BIOS. You can watch the video on BIOS update http://dell.to/TCIM9C
Note: Before updating BIOS please ensure that:*Battery is 10%> or >10% charged*Battery and Adapter should be connected*No external devices (flash drives, printers, external hard drives) should be connected.*All other programs should be closed and documents saved
Thanks I have updated my BIOS to A11 from A07..Wifi uptil now is working fine...I will post If I need further assisstance regarding this issue.
Please help me with bluetooth issue.here is the link.
Glad to know the issue is resolved. do reach out in case you have further questions.