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How To Fix Windows 10 Wireless Problem?

It is annoying whenever the Wi-Fi does not work on a Windows 10 computer. Without a Wi-Fi connection, you cannot access the internet, web browser, or email accounts. There is so much work to be done with the Wi-Fi and hence the wireless connection problem is significant to be fixed at the earliest. In this section we are going to discuss a few solutions to fix the Windows 10 wireless problem.

Windows 10 wireless problem


Solution-1: Check the internet connection

  • At times, the computer might be connected to the network, but the internet on the network might be unstable and so the connection status might show “No Internet.”
  • For this problem, run the troubleshooter to solve the internet issue.
  • Click the Start icon and then click the Settings icon to open the Settings window on the desktop.
  • Following that, select the Update and Security menu and then choose Troubleshoot.
  • Select Internet connections and click the Network Troubleshooting menu to use the tool.
  • If the Windows 10 wireless problem still exists, return to the desktop and enter “cmd” in the search bar.
  • Open the Command Prompt window and input the below commands and press Enter after each command.
  • netsh winsock reset
  • ipconfig /release
  • nets int ip reset
  • ipconfig /renew
  • ipconfig /flushdns
  • Again, check if the internet connection is back. If it is not resolved, continue with the below solutions.

Solution-2: Uninstall the network adapter

  • When the system is trying to connect to a network but could not connect, use the below steps to uninstall the network adapter.
  • On the Windows 10 desktop, press the Win and X keys together to open a list of menus and select Device Manager.
  • Once the Device Manager window opens up, click Network adapters.
  • Right-click the adapter name you are using and select Uninstall device.
  • After uninstalling the adapter, restart the computer. The Network adapter will be installed again automatically.

Solution-3: Update the Windows Wi-Fi driver

  • If the Windows 10 wireless driver is out-of-date, the wireless issue could occur on the system.
  • To fix it, open the Device Manager window on the desktop.
  • Go to the Network Adapters menu and click it to expand. Then right-click the driver name and select Properties.
  • Next, click the Drivers tab in the Properties window.
  • Click the Update Driver button to continue to update the driver.
  • Once the update is done, restart the computer and verify if the Windows 10 wireless problem has been cleared.