Assuming that you are within the functional range of your Wireless hardware,
(Functional range is usually much shorter than what the marketing claims).
Make sure that your Wireless Router's SSID Broadcast is On.
Try to disable the Power saving feature of the Wireless card.
Try to set the Wireless channel to 11 or 1.
Jack (MS, MVP-Networking)
"gmcleung" <gmcleung@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>I don't know why my notebook PC's wi-fi connection is cut sporadically.
> Windows diagnosis messages shown are mostly a wireless network is not
> My Window version is Vista Home Premium SP1. The wireless chip in my
> notebook is Intel 4965 AGN and the router used is TP-Link TL-941ND
> 802.11 a/g/n. The security type chosen is WPA2-PSK.
> Appreciate if any friends could advise me how to make the wireless
> connection more stable. The connection is flawless when I use the
> wire to connect the router.
> Grateful to have your advice