Maria’s Chromebook Disconnects From WiFi after Research She Discovered a Solution

Troubleshooting Wi-Fi Disconnects on Your Chromebook


Maria is my name. While working in the office today, I became aware that my Chromebook was not connecting. It occurred repeatedly rather than just once. Even though I have connected to my internet numerous times, this issue persists. I asked one of my coworkers why this was occurring; is this also affecting your Chromebook? My coworker said that he has no trouble connecting his Chromebook to the internet. My colleague said, “I believe there is a problem with your Chromebook’s functionality.” I have tried a few different things to see why my Chromebook keeps disconnecting. Here I share with my visitors these knowledge.

Wi-Fi connectivity is essential for a smooth Chromebook experience. If you’re facing frequent disconnects, follow these steps to resolve the issue.

1. Proximity Matters

Ensure your Chromebook is within the optimal range of your router. If needed, use a Wi-Fi extender or network booster to improve signal strength.

2. Try Another Network

Connect to a different Wi-Fi network (or your phone’s hotspot) to check if the issue persists. If it does, the problem might be with your Chromebook settings or hardware.

3. Forget and Rejoin the Network

  1. Go to Settings > Network > Wi-Fi.
  2. Select the network and tap “Forget.”
  3. Wait a few seconds, then rejoin the network.

4. Disable Bluetooth

Some users found that disabling Bluetooth resolved the issue. Go to Settings > Bluetooth and toggle off Bluetooth.

5. Check Router Settings

Ensure your router settings are configured correctly. You can also change the Wi-Fi channel for better performance.

6. Disconnect Other Devices

Too many connected devices can strain your network. Disconnect unnecessary devices.

7. Disconnect VPN Apps

If you’re using a VPN, try disconnecting it temporarily.

8. Restart Router and Chromebook

Sometimes a simple restart can fix connectivity issues.

9. Update Your Chromebook

Make sure your Chrome OS is up to date.

Additional Steps:

  1. Check for interference from other electronic devices.
  2. Reset network settings on your Chromebook.
  3. Update your router’s firmware.
  4. Inspect your Chromebook’s hardware.


After trying these points. Maria’s Chromebook working smoothly. Hurray!

Remember, persistence pays off when dealing with technology gremlins!

Fozia Siraj

My name is Fozia Siraj, and I want to use this website to share my knowledge and spread it to as many readers as I can. We are committed to giving you high-quality unique kids stories with compelling write-ups. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me if you have any inquiries or suggestions. I am a writer. My stories are published in various magazines. I try to write on every topic. But children's stories are loved by kids & adults too. So I want to jot-down more in my online property that is Articlesland. Sincerely, Fozia Siraj

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