Teclast F15 Wifi Problem

Teclast F15 Wifi Problem

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  • #179591

    woggles
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    Hey  Guys,

     

    I recently got a Teclast F15 but I’ve been having intermittent problems with the wifi. I’ve update to the latest driver using the Intel Driver & Support Assistant. Sometimes after putting the laptop to sleep by closing the lid there is no network connectivity after waking the computer up. This has also happened randomly while using the laptop. Shutting down the PC and then rebooting solves the problem so I imagine it has something to do with drivers/power management.

    I’ve attached the entries from the windows event viewer.

    Is there a specific WIFI driver that I should be using?

    Its detected as a Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 3165, and is running Windows® 10 Wi-Fi Drivers for Intel® Wireless AdaptersLatest version: 19.51.21.1Installed Version: 19.51.21.1.

    Thanks,
    Neil

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    #181075

    Zouz TheBrown
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    I have the same problem. Can you help us to fix this please

    #181086

    woggles
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    I have installed the WiFi driver from the F7 downloads section on the site which seems to have fixed it.  Maybe try the same and let me know if it fixes the problem…

     

    <b>EDIT: This driver hasn’t fixed the issue – windows still can’t see the WIFI adapter intermittently </b>

    #181299

    woggles
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    Managed to sign up and download the drivers. Uploaded them here:

    https://mega.nz/#!zZ1URKaC!uHcekLF9PGTuJVQvpSviiNLXurTzkTAx5U4IqjilI6Y

     

    Let me know if you have any luck with them.

    #181345

    woggles
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    Using the official drivers hasn’t helped…think only a BIOS update will be able to solve the WIFI problems.

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