I just had the system board and internal wireless card replaced on my Toshiba Portege Tablet. (The card is Intel.)
Although I have no problems connecting to my wireless network, my connection completely drops at times - and then comes back. I have 5 other PCs on the wirelenss network and am NOT having any challenges with any of them.
Is there a piece of software (preferably freeware) that I could use to test how stable my connection is? I guess I'd need something that would monitor the connection and then I'd look at a report after a period of time... Because the drop is so inconsistent, I think the way to determine if there's a challenge is to use monitoring software.
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