I just recently switched to a Wi-Fi only internet provider and within the last couple of days it's been getting glitchy it goes on/off and i intermittently get this message: My, "SSID" isn't secure This wifi network uses an older security standard that's being phased out. We recommend switching to a different network. I'm trying to figure out if it's the mobile Hotspot, The Network Adapter or My PC?
It looks to be your wifi security protocol. Do you know if it is WEP or WPA or WPA2?
On Windows 10, find the Wi-Fi Connection icon in the taskbar. Click it, then click Properties underneath your current Wi-Fi connection. Scroll down, and look for the Wi-Fi details under Properties. Under that, look for Security Type, which displays your Wi-Fi protocol.
Sounds like it's having trouble renegotiating the connection with the router. Picks it up as probably WEP instead of WPA2. What WIFI adapter do you have? Lets start it off simple with a soft reinstall from device manager. Right click, uninstall, and uninstall. Don't delete the driver yet. This serves the purpose of resetting any parameters on the device that may have changed.
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