Can’t Connect to Wi-Fi on Windows 10/8/7/XP/Vista
Can’t connect to your wireless network? Can’t find the Wi-Fi network at home or in the office? The wireless internet can fail due to interference, signal range limits, hardware problems, and operator errors. Here are top 5 useful and quick solutions that will help to fix the error of “can connect to Wi-Fi” on your 64 bit or 32 bit Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP and Windows Vista.
Can’t connect to Wireless Network – How to Fix
Try the solutions until you fix this issue. Normally you will get your Wi-Fi after that. You can leave any problem in your comments. We will help out as soon as possible.
Solution 1. Check the Wi-Fi Button or Switch
When your laptop or netbook can’t connect to a local wireless router and you can’t view a list of nearby wireless networks, try to see if your computer has a Wi-Fi button or switch. Generally a laptop has a function button or switch that is labeled with an icon representing a wireless router or network. Press it to see if it enables you to get connected.
Solution 2. Reboot Your Wireless Router
There may be simple conflicts in your wireless router that stop you from connecting the wireless network. Close and then start the wireless router. It will fix the conflicts and make your connected.
Solution 3. Restart Your Computer
Sometimes it’s your computer’s problem. If there are errors, you may not find Wi-Fi, or there will be other issues, like no sound. Simply rebooting your laptop computer can amend some errors and easily solve these problems.
Solution 4. Reinstall Wireless Network Adapter Driver
An outdated, missing, corrupted or broken wireless driver will stop you from getting Wi-Fi. A computer needs proper drivers to communicate with your wireless network adapter, so that you can connect to wireless network properly. Try to reinstall your wireless network adapter driver. It is easily done with driver update tools. They will help to download the best-matched driver and then install it on your computer automatically. It’s much less time and energy consuming. Try the methods in this article: Free Wireless Network Driver Update to Fix Wireless Problems.
Solution 5. Update the Router Firmware
Updating firmware generally is not recommended, but if there actually are problems with your router, you’d better upgrade the router firmware. Please note that firmware update needs your circumspection. You can refer to the article about how to update firmware of router on your computer. It states details.
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Glad it works. Have a nice day!
Mine has a more bizarre problem. It connects just fine, by not on bootup. It should connect automatically after boot, but it doesn’t. I always need to connect manually. Sometimes I will also have to reset the adapter to connect.
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