Author Topic: GPD Win 2 Wi-Fi sometimes disabled on startup  (Read 395 times)

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GPD Win 2 Wi-Fi sometimes disabled on startup
« on: July 30, 2018, 03:45:18 am »
I know there's several Wi-Fi issues with Win 2, but mine seems unique, as I can't find another case quite like it. Sometimes (usually) when I turn on my Win 2, Wi-fi doesn't work at first. It shows as "not connected" and there's no Wi-Fi settings to be found, as if the driver is completely not activating or something. But if I turn off the device and back on (just restarting doesn't seem to work) Wi-FI will begin working just fine. What's strange is that I never get any Wi-Fi cut-out issues or anything like that; once it's working, it stays working until next time I use the Win 2. Having to turn on the Win 2 two times each time I use it is tolerable, but annoying. So does anybody have any idea what might fix this? Thank you.

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Re: GPD Win 2 Wi-Fi sometimes disabled on startup
« Reply #1 on: July 30, 2018, 07:04:24 am »
It's GPD Android's topic, not for Windows devices, sorry


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Re: GPD Win 2 Wi-Fi sometimes disabled on startup
« Reply #3 on: July 30, 2018, 04:50:47 pm »
I know there's several Wi-Fi issues with Win 2, but mine seems unique, as I can't find another case quite like it. Sometimes (usually) when I turn on my Win 2, Wi-fi doesn't work at first. It shows as "not connected" and there's no Wi-Fi settings to be found, as if the driver is completely not activating or something. But if I turn off the device and back on (just restarting doesn't seem to work) Wi-FI will begin working just fine. What's strange is that I never get any Wi-Fi cut-out issues or anything like that; once it's working, it stays working until next time I use the Win 2. Having to turn on the Win 2 two times each time I use it is tolerable, but annoying. So does anybody have any idea what might fix this? Thank you.


 

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