I havent tried anything to correct this prior to posting here.What have you attempted to correct this?
Lets try resetting the network on the computer.
Select the Start button
Then select Settings
No select Network & Internet
Click on Status
Click on Network reset.
On the Network reset screen, select Reset now
Yes to confirm.
Wait for your PC to restart, and see if that fixes the problem.
If I start up my laptop on a steady surface like a desk in my office then the wifi will work, but if I move the laptop to a table in another room then the laptop will more times than not lose the wifi.so if you left the laptop in one spot, it all works just fine - good signal, good speeds.
but as soon as you move the laptop, wifi completely drops out?
is that as soon as you pick it up or put in down?
and this has happened for years?
and all you do once the laptop is relocated and wifi is lost is to reboot it and it all comes good until it's moved again.
how are you moving the laptop - closing the screen or literally just picking it up?
Seems to be a routine problem with this particular laptop modelLenovo N580