Go to Toshiba's website and click on support. Put in your model numbers and see if there is a driver update for your wireless network card. You can compare versions by going into device manager and expand the Network Adapters menu. Right click on your Wi-Fi card and then click the Driver tab. It will show you the current driver version. Compare it to what is listed on the support site. Download it and update your driver. If there is no driver update. Try uninstalling your Wi-Fi network card driver, reboot, and reinstall driver.
Also, check out your signal strength meter. If it's gets too noisy, above -75 dbm, it will tend to drop the connection. This is caused from being too far away from the router or access point or being around a high EMF source, like a vacuum cleaner or washer/dryer. And examine the monitor of your laptop for cracks or damage. The antennas are inside the top corners of your monitor screen.
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