Realtek Rtl8723be Driver Windows 10 Download Install Update
For a few months now I want to say since October my internet connect has been very unstable. At random times it will disconnect then reconnect itself. Or sometimes I have to manually troubleshoot to reconnect myself. I've tried all sorts of ways to try and fix this.
I've made sure I have the latest driver. I've uninstalled the driver so it can reinstall. I've tried rolling back the driver. I've made sure the box in unchecked under the power management tab. I have no idea what the problem is. This laptop also originally came with Windows 10 64 bit so I can't downgrade to 8. Is it my laptop or something to do with Windows? My connection was not always like this and this laptop is not that old. Any help would be appreciated.
Please provide more information so that the cause of your problem may be diagnosed. Please restart your computer and allow 20 minutes for the system to run before uploading information required to help me investigate your problem. When examining Event Viewer log files many, not all, problems show in the period immediately after the computer has been booted. Please provide a copy of your System Information file. Place the cursor on System Summary. Select File, Export and give the file a name noting where it is located.
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You need to allow a minute or two for the file to be fully populated before exporting a copy. Please upload the file to your OneDrive, share with everyone and post a link here. If the report is in a language other than English, please state the language. Please upload to your OneDrive and share with everyone a copy of your System log file from your Event Viewer and post a link here. Please remove any earlier copies of the logs from your OneDrive. From the list in the left side of the window select Windows Logs and System.
Place the cursor on System, select Action from the Menu and Save All Events as the default evtx file type and give the file a name. Do not provide filtered files. Do not place the cursor in the list of reports before selecting Action from the menu. Do not clear logs whilst you have a continuing problem.
Did this solve your problem? Sorry this didn't help. After Gerry reviews your event viewer and suggests solutions, here's my 2 cents. Routers are just like all electronic devices. I was having your problem and I solved it by replacing my router. I'm no longer getting disconnected. If you have a Ethernet cable, you could use it and see if you're still getting dropped! Not always a easy thing to try! Thanks for the input but I know for a fact its not the router.
I moved back in mid October and the problem started before then at my old house. In fact a new router had just been installed weeks before the move. Now at the new place with a new router the problem still occurs. It only happens to my laptop as well. Other devices Such as gaming consoles, cell phones, other laptops, etc work fine.
This disconnection also happens at other people's homes as well. I've tested this out at my grandmother's and two of my friends. It seems to me you have found the cause and that is your laptop. You could try a external adapter and try to solve your problem that way. Have you been to the manufacture site Asus XM to see if there is a wireless adapter driver update?
Do you have connection failures using an ethernet cable to connect computer to the router? Are there any yellow question marks in Device Manager? If yes what is the Device Error code. It is necessary to do this every time you open Device Manager if you need to see them. A further complication can be Ghosted Devices —installed but not connected!
Please download if necessary to another computer etc and run Driver View and upload a copy of the report it produces to your OneDrive. Text file format please, HTML files are less easy to work with. Please download Speccy and upload a copy of the report it produces to OneDrive. To obtain a report select File, Save as Text file. It helps to obtain the report at a time when the system is under pressure and temperatures may be higher than normal. Hi Very nice reply! I think you have nailed it.
I have a Realtek and it doesn't give me any problems, but I have a top of the line router! Tell us about your experience with our site. Janelle Created on March 3, This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
I have the same question For help with OneDrive see paragraph 9. Thanks for marking this as the answer. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. How satisfied are you with this response? Janelle Replied on March 3, Here's the link to y system info and even log. Hopefully I did this right. User Replied on March 4, In reply to Janelle's post on March 3, Janelle Replied on March 4, In reply to A.
User's post on March 4, In reply to Janelle's post on March 4, I have the latest driver. I made sure to mention that in my first post. Everything is up to date. Hi Then you might think about this if the drop outs get unbearable! The RTLbe is a terrible wifi card. Bad drivers do not help it, and if you were to look at any PC makers forum that uses the be chip they all have the same connection issues and weak signals. In fact I just worked with a user who wanted to replace the card because it was so bad on his HP but because HP white list in bios what hardware you can use the options were few on what could replace that Realtek card.
I myself am in the same boat as my HP has the be and most likely your disconnects are from having a weak signal and reaching the threshold of disconnecting from access point router. Unfortunately your options are few, replace the card with either a compatible better solution such as a Intel wifi card. Use a external option such as a USB wifi adapter or place notebook or router closer together. Yes, your router could be part of the issue but more likely your router is far more capable of range than your notebook.
The weakest link is the one to focus on which is obviously the RTLbe. Why PC makers don't use better wifi chips in a notebook is beyond me? Almost everyone using a notebook uses wifi. Other than trying different drivers your options are limited with that wifi card. User Replied on April 9,
Realtek RTL8723BE Wireless LAN 802.11n PCI-E NIC constanly disconnects
Finally decided I need to unistall driver and re-install from scratch. Can anyone tell me how to find the correct driver -the choice is very confusing. Thanks so much for your reply. Did you check to see if the wifi driver installed? See if it has the latest version and date. Some of these files do 'silent installs' and there is no ending notification that the driver installed successfully. If there is no wifi driver at all, then you will see a device labeled as a Network Controller listed under an Other Devices category in the device manager. If the wifi adapter has some version of the driver installed, it will be listed under the Network Adapters device manager category as its model name.
Realtek* Wireless Driver for Windows® 10
For a few months now I want to say since October my internet connect has been very unstable. At random times it will disconnect then reconnect itself. Or sometimes I have to manually troubleshoot to reconnect myself. I've tried all sorts of ways to try and fix this. I've made sure I have the latest driver. I've uninstalled the driver so it can reinstall. I've tried rolling back the driver. I've made sure the box in unchecked under the power management tab.