Answer to my wi-fi dropout did not address the issue.
Got the following reply. Windows Community2 months ago 'Hello Tony - We are sorry to hear you are having issues with your Wi-Fi connection. Please see this article on how to troubleshoot your network: https://community.windows.com/en-us/stories/quick-ways-to-fix-common-wi-fi-connection-issues. Go you your manufacturer's support site and download the most current Wi-Fi driver or update it manually: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/update-drivers-in-windows-10-ec62f46c-ff14-c91d-eead-d7126dc1f7b6'. My issue is intermittent and the link does not address this. The wi-fi signal is normally strong and when I get a dropout Windows 10 points to router failure. When I check the router with another pc, at the same location as my laptop,the wi-fi is ok but my laptop is not. I have the latest wi-fi adapter drivers. I'm convinced that it's not the router but an intermiient error with laptop hardware or software. But which is it and how can I fix it.
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