WiFi Keeps Disconnecting On Win 11: 4 EASY Solutions to Fix It

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The somewhat new Windows 11 has its fair share of issues, just like any other operating system. One of these includes the WiFi disconnection issue.

Many users have reported that their WiFi keeps disconnecting in Windows 11. This can be quite frustrating as it disrupts your browsing experience.

[FIXED] WiFi Keeps Disconnecting In Windows 11 4 EASY Solutions

In this troubleshooting guide, we will discover the potential causes of this problem and also learn how to fix WiFi disconnecting itself in Windows 11.

So read on and let’s find out how can you fix this issue.

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  • Reconnect to the network: Forget your current WiFi network and reconnect to it by entering the password.
  • Change the Power Management settings for the WiFi adapter: If these settings are set to turn off your WiFi to preserve power, you can change them to stay connected to the WiFi.

Continue reading to find out how to exactly apply these solutions and discover more advanced troubleshooting techniques if these ones fail.

Why Does My WiFi Keep Disconnecting In Windows 11?

Some possible reasons why your WiFi keeps disconnecting itself in Windows 11 include:

  • No internet connection.
  • Static IP address.
  • Problems with the WLAN auto config.
  • Conflicts with the power management settings.

These issues can also cause the “WiFi doesn’t have a valid IP configuration” network error as well.

In addition, if network requires authorization, some users experience an error saying ‘The Wi-Fi or network you are using may require you to visit its login page’.

However, this issue can be resolved easily by employing the solutions mentioned below.

How to Fix WiFi Disconnecting Itself in Windows 11?
[2 Beginner-Friendly Ways]

There are a number of simple solutions to keep your WiFi from disconnecting itself in Windows 11:

Method 1: Forget the Network and Reconnect

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If your WiFi keeps disconnecting itself in Windows 11, forget the network and reconnect it by following these steps:

  • Press the ‘Win + A’ keys on your keyboard to open the “Windows Action Panel”.
  • Expand the “WiFi” section.
Open Action Center and click on WIFI
  • Right-click on the network you’re currently connected to.
  • Select “Forget”
Forget WIFI connection via Action Center
  • Once done, reconnect to the same network by entering the password and check if the WiFi is working fine now.

Method 2: Change the Power Management Settings for WiFi Adapter

If your Power Management settings are configured to turn off WiFi whenever needed, your WiFi may keep disconnecting.

Here’s how to change these settings to make sure that your WiFi stays connected:

  • Right-click on ‘Windows Start’ and launch “Device Manager”.
Right click Start and select Device Manager
  • Go to “Network Adapters” and expand it to find your WiFi adapter.
  • Right-click on your WiFi adapter and select “Properties”.
Click Properties for Network adapters
  • Navigate to the “Power Management” tab and then deselect the “Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power option.
WIFI Power Management
  • Hit the “Save” button.

Fix Constant WiFi Disconnection on Windows 11?
[2 Advanced Ways]

If reconnecting to your internet network and changing your Power Management settings doesn’t resolve the issue, you can try these complex solutions.

Method 1: Use Auto IP Assignment

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If your static IP is misconfigured, it can cause your WiFi to turn off by itself. To resolve this issue, you can try using a DHCP Auto IP assignment.

Here’s how:

  • Press ‘Win + I’ on your keyboard to open “Windows Settings”.
  • Go to “Network and Internet” > “Advanced Network” to see all the network adaptors.
  • Expand the network adaptor you’re currently using and then click on the “View Additional Properties” option.
View additional properties for Advanced Network
  • Next, select “Edit” next to the “IP assignment”.
  • From the drop-down menu, click on “Automatic (DHCP)”.
Select Automatic (DHCP)
  • Hit “Save”.

Method 2: Set the WLAN Autoconfig Service to Automatic

The WLAN autoconfig service is responsible for discovering, configuring, connecting, and disconnecting WiFi networks. If this service is not running, you may need to set it to run automatically.

Here’s how:

  • On your keyboard, press the ‘Windows + R’ keys to open “Run”.
  • Type and enter “Services.msc”.
  • Scroll down in the resulting window to locate the “WLAN AutoConfig service”.
  • Right-click on this service and select “Properties”.
Wlan Autoconfig Properties
  • Go to the “General” tab in Properties.
  • Click on “Automatic” for the “Startup Type” option.
Set Startup type of Wlan Autoconfig to Automatic
  • Save the changes.

Setting the WLAN AutoConfig service to automatic would allow your PC to stay connected to a network.


If your WiFi on Windows PC keeps disconnecting itself, make sure your internet is working perfectly fine. If it is, then you can try our provided methods above (don’t be lazy!).

You can also try using a wired connection to enjoy seamless connectivity. Also, make sure your network drivers are up to date.

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