After my laptop died I was forced to work on Acer Iconia W700P tablet which is great piece of hardware (I wrote about it here) and after fresh installation I come to the problem that WI-FI network adapter was losing connectivity every 10 minutes. It was a real frustration so I searched for solution and found in one forum that you should try to do these two things:
- Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center > Change adapter settings > Find your WI-Fi network adapter > Right click > Properties > Configure > Power Management > Turn off “Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power”
- Control Panel > Power Options > Change plan settings (of your current plan) > Change advanced power settings > Wireless Adapter Settings > Power Saving Mode > choose Maximum performance (or not to turn it off)
These two advices didn’t help me so I went to Acer website and found the latest WI-FI driver for my model, unistalled previous driver in Device manager, restarted the machine, installed new driver and it is now stable and steady. Finally!
Have a good weekend!