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I have a Toshiba Tecra laptop that I use to stream live audio remotes via a WiFi connection. From time to time the connection gets to where I become disconnected from the Edcast server at our radio station.

I took a look today at the device manager and see that there are two Microsoft Virtual WiFi Miniports listed. After searching here, I found this post.

Since I don't use a virtual WiFi setup, will uninstalling the Miniports help improve my connection to our router or Verizon Jetpack that I use for streaming?
 

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Hi. . .

I would not uninstall them. I don't use virtual networks either, yet they appear on my system. I would check on your wifi signal and driver first.

Before that - have you tried connecting via Ethernet cable and testing to see if the connection drops? If not, you should do so.

Please download this app to Documents or Desktop - www.sysnative.com/apps/netsh_lan_wlan_04-24-09__jcgriff2__.exe

RIGHT-click on it, select "Run as Administrator"

You'll see a CMD screen open and scroll. Then 2 Notepads will open.

Please save both Notepads; upload and attach them to your next post.

The app is safe - I wrote it. It is compiled batch code.

Regards. . .

jcgriff2

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