Roll back the driver to the March version and reboot and see if that fixes it....At this point I am ready to cry, throw the thing, return it etc.
College student here who can't live life on dial up speeds for work.
I have the SP3 running Windows 10. Everything is currently up to date. I've literally been to this forum and ten billion others it seems like doing anything and everything I can to get the speed back up. I've done a speed test from my desktop and I'm at 50mbps up and down.
I've had this thing for 2 days and literally everything was fine till this morning when it just suddenly slowed to a crawl. I rebooted, turned the wifi on and off, disconnected, reconnected, uninstalled and reinstalled the driver, checked the hyper-v thing, switched to not be a fast boot up, changed the settings on the adapter to only be 2.4ghz and not auto, and then tried 5, 5 didn't work so I went back to 2.4...
I'm just really at a loss as to if there is anything else I can possibly do to try and get this to work. I'm hesitant to even bother taking it with me to class tomorrow since this was to replace my laptop which is a bit to big and bulky to be dragging around all over the city.
Any insight at all into this issue would be greatly appreciated because I'm literally one step away from either breaking it or returning it because this is such a key feature that it's not possible for me to work with it if it's not going to work.
- The crying fed up college student