N/APosted on - 04/04/2015
There are a number of so called problem solving sites which instructs us to plug off the modem, wait for 10 seconds and plug back the power and all o a sudden the router works and I can enjoy my networking. How is this possible? I haven't done anything and instantly the router works this sometimes leads me to frustration. I want to know the reason behind this and the actual method in solving this problem. Thanks.
Why Do I Need to Keep Restarting My Router?
I know frustrating it is for you to do the redundant process to restore your internet/network connection. To make final adjustments on this, please follow the steps that can help you eliminate this permanently.
Updating your LAN card or your Wi-Fi connector.
1. Right-click on “My Computer / Computer,” select “Manage” and “Computer Management” window will pop-up.
2. On the left-pane, select “Device Manager” and lists of hardware will show up in the main pane.
3. Drop down the “Network Adapters,” one by one update the drivers by selecting “Update Driver Software.”
4. Do this for both for wireless adapter and LAN card adapter.
5. Restart your system.
Disabling your antivirus software and letting it run only if you have to download and open a new file from the web.
1. In your taskbar, right-click on any of your anti-virus software and select “Stop.”
2. You can launch your anti-virus software and pre-set your preferences when to turn it on.
Over-heating of router is main cause of lags. Keep your router cool.
Update your routers firmware.
1. Launch any browser and on the address bar type “192.168.0.1” or for others it works with “192.168.0.2”
2. Check its current firmware version by looking to the details that says “Software Version.”
3. Write it down and check for fixes and updated version in any website or their main website.
Update your Windows Platform. Remember that updates keeps your system in functioning well and will provide fixes also to your system problems.