I've been having some wifi problems for a while now. I have a ASUS A541U laptop with windows 10.
When I turn my pc on, it used to connect to my wifi, but then when I got up to do something or moved my leg just a little bit, the wifi simbol appears with a yellow triangle underneath it and I can't connect. When this happens I run troubleshooting and it says it restarts the network controllers because I supposedly don't have a DNS thing (even though Idk what that is) and it fixes the problem for like 5 mins. When the laptop isn't moving on the table, it just disconnects from the wifi and I have to manually connect it, and then appears a that square with the red X.
I'm afraid this might be a hardware problem of some kind but I've sent the computer TWICE to ASUS through the warranty, but they do nothing because "They can't replicate the problem", even though I have video proof of it.
This is a huge problem for me since I need my pc a lot to do school work. Thanks in advance for the help
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You have assumed correct, hardware issue. Nothing you can do unless you are prepared to open it up and void the warranty. Then what are you looking for? It is going to be a small square chip with 2 black wires attached to it, on little "plug" terminals. Make certain those are fully connected.