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apronedsamurai

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I have Windows 10 and my Wifi keeps cutting out on my PC and my PS4 (which are practically side by side).

"The network gateway is accessible, but Windows couldn’t receive network traffic from the Internet."

And "the access point between your modem...is broken" keep getting flagged up. This is extremely irritating where the connection keeps breaking after 2 mins of usage or thereabouts.

Not sure what info is needed guys, lemme know what you need to see.

I have repeatedly restarted my modem.To boost the signal, and enable me to actually insert an Ethernet cable into my PC, I have made use of a Netgear WN3000RP WiFi Range Extender.



1) have updated the Wifi Extender to the latest firmware.
2) Ran a virus scan etc.

 

https://imgur.com/a/WXWVK7e


Edited by apronedsamurai, Today, 11:19 AM.

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phillpower2

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Hello apronedsamurai,
 
 
I have Windows 10 and my Wifi keeps cutting out on my PC and my PS4 (which are practically side by side).

 

 

The fact that your PS4 is also affected suggests that the problem is not related to your PC but the wireless router or ISP service.
 
What is the brand and model name or number of the router and how old is it.

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