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FIX Windows laptop won’t connect to wireless to router ?

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First, you have to turn off your all the devices and wait 30 sec. and then try to restart it again.

Here’s the solution of wireless not working in laptop.

Using automatic troubleshooting

  • Click Start, type troubleshooting into the Search field.
  • Select troubleshooting from the search results.
  • Select Network and the Internet.
  • Click Internet Connections.
  • And Click Advanced.
  • Open Run as administrator (if present), check Apply repairs automatically and then click Next.
  • Click Troubleshoot my connection to the Internet, and click Next.

Uninstall your network adapter and reset network adapter 

  • Press Windows Key + X and choose Device Manager from the list.
  • When Device Manager starts, locate your network adapter and right click it.
  • Choose Uninstall. If asked, check “Delete the driver software for this device” and click OK
  • Click up the top and “Search for Plug and Play/New Hardware” and it will reinstall the Drivers.
    Should hopefully fix the problem

Update the wireless Driver –

  • Download and install the latest Driver for your network adapter.
  • Once Install Don’t Forget to Update the wireless Driver and Restart the computer.

Change channel width for your network 

  • Press Windows Key + S and enter type network. Chose Network and Sharing Center
  • When Network and Sharing Center opens, click the Change adapter settings.
  • Change-adapter-settings
  • Locate your wireless adapter and right-click it. Choose Properties
  • Network-connection-properties-right-click
  • When Properties window opens, navigate to the Advanced tab.
  • Select the 802.11 channel width and change the value.
  • Click OK to save the changes.

Add the connection manually

  • Open Network and Sharing Center.
  • Click Set up a new connection or network.
  • Choose Manually connect to a wireless network and click Next.
  • Enter the requested information such as network name, security key and security type.
  • Click Next to finish the process.

Disable and enable your wireless connection

  • Open Network and Sharing Center.
  • Click Change adapter settings.
  • Locate your wireless connection, right click it and choose Disable.
  • Right click the same connection again and choose Enable.

Turn off Connect to WiFi hotspots

  • Open Settings and go to Network & the Internet.
  • Go to Wi-Fi and click on Manage Wi-Fi settings.
  • Make sure that “Connect to Wi-Fi hotspots” “Send information about Wi-Fi connections to help discover nearby Wi-Fi” is turned off.

Renew your IP address.

  • Open windows command prompt Start\ Run\cmd\ok
  • To release your Ip address ipconfig/release. Press Enter
  • To renew your IP address ipconfig/renew
  • Enter click on Exit.

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Note- If all the above solution is not working then try to reset your router and configure it manually for accessing the internet. and clean your system junks files and scan your computer with genuine antivirus. try to restore your windows for cleanup.

 

🙂  I hope this will help you out for better internet.

2 Comments

  • Very good, helpful. My new Acer laptop was giving me the finger on wifi connection. Not anymore, ha.

    Uninstall/Reinstall network adapter took care of it.

    Thanks !

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