Wireless internet disconnects on a particular device? Well, there are a handfull of reasons why. This troubleshooting method focuses strictly on a particular disconnection. If your WiFi disconnects on only one laptop or smartphone, try the following troubleshooting method below:
1. Wireless interference.
2. Distance from router.
Understand that the interface looks different on each and every computer and doeesn't necessarily look the same.
On any Windows, press Windows key + R to bring up the Run command. In the run command, type CMD and this will bring up the Command Prompt,. After you open the command prompt, type ipconfig and press enter. You will see a bunch of numbers, focus on Default Gateway.
(Number may vary)
Now, type this number on the address bar (On top where you type Google.com) and you will be able to reach your rourter's admin page. Once here, you will be prompted for a password and username. Type: Admin/password and it might let you in, if not try finding this on the router (Sticker etched on Router). Now look for the option to split the connection between 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz frequency. This will give you two wireless networks in your home after you make the change. While you do this, your internet will disconnect for few seconds.
Didn't work? See how far are you from the router, closed doors, thick walls and many more stops your wireless from transponding to your devices. Be on high alert. Alternatively you can also play around with changing the wireless channels. Best channels are 1, 6, 11 and for 5ghz it is 146 and 161.
Blue screen of death (BSOD) is one among the common occurring serious issues in windows computer. A stop error as such can be caused when the operating system stops working abruptly. Both hardware and software could cause this problem.
Try the following steps to check the issue:
If computer turns on to home screen, try system restore as it had resolved the issue in most cases. While performing system restore make sure you choose a date in which the computer was working void the BSOD issue. If it's a Windows 7 computer, click on Windows icon and in the search box type System restore or Press Windows key + R to open the Run window and type rstrui.exe(works for windows 7/8/8.1/10) to open the system restore window. Once the window is open, proceed further with the on-screen instructions.
If computer doesn’t enter the home screen, try to boot the computer in safe mode by accessing the advanced boot options and proceed with System restore.
Find below the 4 most common BSOD errors and possible solutions:
a. Error code 0x000000D1
This error mostly occurs on the Windows 7 Service pack 1 version of operating system. Microsoft has released a hotfix for this is issue and its available on their website in the following link.
b. Error code 0x0000000A
Majorly this issue occurs due to incompatible drivers or when drivers use an incorrect memory and it occurs mostly in Windows XP Operating system. First step you have to try whenever the issue occurs is to use the Windows Error Reporting Tool which pops up after this error message. When it fails to recover from the issue, try the advanced troubleshooting steps from the following link.
c. Error code 0x00000050
This issue occurs on Windows 7 Operating system computers and its due to the pool corruption occurs in the sys file called srvnet.sys file. A hotfix file is available on the microsoft's support website. The file can be downloaded from the following link.
d. Error code 0x000000C2
The reason for this problem often comes up due to a bug in software or drivers. It's relevant to the remote desktop service on the computer. Microsoft has a hotfix available for this error code and its available in the following link.
Also check the link below to verify the code and its reasons in the following link:
A 404 error while trying to reach a website/webpage means the page you are trying to reach is unavailable on the server. These error messages could be customized by the website owners, many are delivered in a creative way. This error message is not restricted to any platforms of operating system or browsers.
Usually this error occurs when the websites URL has errors while typing or the particular webpage is moved or removed which should be known to the user. Also, when a website moves its page and if the old link is not re-routed to new page, this error could occur. Sometimes the requested file or webpage could be down for maintenance, upgrades or other reasons.These are the following steps that could be tried to verify the issue:
• Refresh the webpage by clicking on refresh icon on the respective browsers or by tapping ‘F5’ function key.
• Verify the website URL for spelling errors
• Search for the webpage in search engines which would help you to re-verify on spelling errors or it could possibly re-direct you to the new webpage
• Try to clear your browser Cache. If you can access that particular webpage from other devices that are connected in the same network, then try to clear out the Cache and Cookies on the browser.
• If the website is accessible from other networks but not in a particular one, then try to change the DNS servers.
• If all steps fail, contact website to validate the information.
When the computer isn’t working at its usual optimized speed, responds slower than expected or does not respond at all, then, your computer is facing an issue as we call it ‘Slow Performance’ issue. The root cause can be a number of reasons, however, try the following steps to identify and fix the issue.