Windows 10 Windows 10 cuts all wireless connections radomly


New Member
Apr 27, 2020
for a while now, sometimes (once an hour or so) Windows disconnects all wireless connections (including all Bluetooth connections, wireless headset, wireless controller, etc). After that, every thing connects again, but for 10-20 seconds, no wireless device is connected. That started when I first activated the 'Calls' feature in the 'Your Phone'-app. I tried to deactivate the feature but it didn't seem to help.
When I turn off Bluetooth and nearby sharing, everything works fine, but as soon as I turn it back on, the disconnects return.

Hopefully someone can help me.
I would start by running the network troubleshooter, it should fix most issues like this.
To assist you better, please provide few details.

1) Are you trying to connect to wire network or wireless network?

2) What is the make and model of your computer?

This issue might occur when network drivers are not updated.

I suggest you try updating your network adapters and check if it helps.

Follow the below steps:

Press Windows + x, select Device Manager.

Right click the Network Adapter drivers.

Select Update driver software.
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