Why do I have to restart my Lenovo to get internet?

Just bought a Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro that came with Windows 10. Everytime I turn my laptop on I have internet for about 3 seconds and then it stops working. I try to disconnect and reconnect and it says that I am connected, however the internet does not work. Once I restart my computer, it automatically has internet and I have no other problems. As I open and shut my laptop multiple times daily this has become time consuming and an annoyance. I'm sure it's not my Wi-Fi because my other computers and devices have no issues. Why is this happening? Is anyone else having these issues?

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I had a Samsung like that.

I called it in, they pointed me to a new driver and that was that.

Did you call it in?

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Good day!

Please refer on this article as what I have found in the certain discussions that this will be a quick solution in Lenova Yoga 3 and it works fine.

Hope this will help your concern.

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