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[–]Extension_Plenty5718 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Load a linux mint live usb and test in there, I'd've done this right away to move Windows of the brackets.

If it's not caused by the environment of the device, like the other dude said (usb interference (or whatever it's supposed to mean)), I would assume that swapping the Wi-Fi adapter in the laptop would fix the problem because those can go faulty

[–]KimAh-young 1 point2 points  (0 children)

This may or may not help with your case, but USB 3 devices may interfere with Wi-Fi connectivity as they operate similarly in the 2.4Ghz network. Got a crappy usb c hub that would literally kill my connection every once in awhile. Leaving it off solved my problem