This is a DFS channel, but since there are no radars in the neighbourhood, I'll take the chance ;-). I have tried updating the firmware, even though it is the same version, as you suggested. It seems to me that your concern has been properly isolated. Set up procedure is pretty well same as 2.4GHz band. More then that they would not say without my 1st paying for tech support. Relax, we’ve got you covered. 2.4Ghz doesn't seem to be affected since I used it as a fallback. Microsoft is working on a software solution that would allow app developers to bring their Android apps to Windows 10 with little to no code changes by packaging them as an MSIX and allowing developers to submit them to the Microsoft Store. Also, I just want to clarify, can't your wireless device connect to the 5Ghz band or they can but just can't keep good condition (losing Internet access though still connected, disconnecting from 5Ghz SSID, etc.). https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.netgear.WiFiAnalytics. This is the one I use and recommend. This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity. Learn more. The most potential cause why you cannot find 802.11n 5GHz WIFI lies in 5GHz wireless adapter on Windows 10. I have a wireless television (Sony) which is on 5ghz as well. Not sure I want to drill a hole in it or not. 1. If so, yeah I read quite a few posts reporting issues with 5Ghz. Getting any error message? Thanks for your assitance, but I think you have a slight misunderstanding of the issue. We're you able to fix it? It worked for a time but no longer & I do not know why. Tried after restting the rpouter to factory default using default SSID? Quick note: If you want you can select the For another reason option, and describe the problem:" Connecting to 5GHz network results in Unable to connect to this network" error message. According to various users reports at the Microsoft forums and Reddit, the new Marvell Semiconductor, Inc. – Net – 15.68.17013.110 driver for the Surface Wi-Fi adapter is breaking the connection with wireless networks using the 5GHz band, leaving users with access only to the much slower 2.4GHz band. That’s the general idea of the ultra-portable PC Compute Sticks, but it can be hard to know which one you want. If you are in a location with multiple WiFi networks excessive interference may be affecting the signal and range of your wireless router. Each band is using different chip set. Please try re-flashing the firmware then reset and reconfigure the device. I would like to receive news and offers from other Future brands. I have to switch over to the 2.4ghz network, which still works fine. I solved the 'problem' and found out why my 5ghz channel on the R7000 is dropping. Re-configured things & had the 5G side work great for about an hour. So I changed to the 2.4 side & presto internet works fine again. These are some of the affordable gadgets on my desk today. I don't own an extender. 2. However no internet access. This router has no external antennas to adjust. 2. If you're getting an "Unable to conntect to this network" error message with a 5GHz Wi-Fi network after installing the latest update on your Surface Book, Surface Laptop, or Surface Pro 5th Gen, you're not the only one. The project is codenamed 'Latte' and I'm told it could show up as soon as next year. Also I have tested things with my cell phone & it has the same problem with the 5G side. So to fix Windows 10 won’t recognize 5GHz WIFI networks by removing 5GHz wireless adapter issue, you would better get started now.
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