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    My laptop (a two-year-old ASUS X555DA) has some difficult-to-diagnose issue that has caused all manner of havoc. I’m being assisted on this (and have been for several months) over at TenForums. That said, I’ve become a little pessimistic about finding a true solution anytime soon. The current state of my laptop is more or less stable, but with basically all Windows and drivers updates being held back. The Windows and certain drivers updates trigger render my laptop unusable. If you are morbidly curious (or think it would be helpful), you can see that TenForums thread with copious details and diagnostics on my machine here. Hopefully in time we will stumble on a true diagnosis, but at the moment, I’m looking for a way to deal with a particular, altogether new symptom.Basically, I can’t access pages through wifi. Or I can sometimes when the connection is initiated, but only for a split-second: a page starts to load and almost never finishes. The adapter appears, moreover, to be constantly cycling through no connection/limited connection/connected over the course of a minute or two. No other computer, using the same router and network, has any problem.The other day I started to have difficulty accessing specific sites. Facebook, Google, etc. worked fine, but I could not connect to .edu sites, for instance. A tried a few things like refreshing the IP and flushing the DNS and did a restart, and everything was back to normal for a day. Then I had a sudden restart (a 124 error). After that, I was in this situation. Sometimes when I run the troubleshooter it will say the default gateway is not available and will announce (incorrectly) that the issue is fixed. This morning I was unable to use the wifi adapter at all, and when I ran the troubleshooter, I was told "The Realtek RTL8723BE Wireless LAN 802.11n PCI-E NIC adapter is experiencing driver- or hardware-related problems." I did a network reset and restart, and the wifi adapter was able to connect to the network again, but the lack of access remained.Do you think there’s any chance of my getting internet access back even without a solution for the root cause?

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