- Go under manage wireless networks and delete router SSID. Reconnect.
- Uninstall the WiFi chip from device manager. Reinstall.
- Increase power to adapter to compete with other connected devices
- Control Panel >
- Power Options >
- Change Plan Settings >
- Change Advanced Power Settings >
- select Wireless Adapter >
- change from increased performance to increased power
- Run Command Prompt as Administrator.
Type "netsh winsock reset" and restart the laptop.
- If you are on the 2.4Ghz band, switch to the 5GHz, or vice versa.
- Finally, what I really want to avoid: reinstall Windows.