Solve Laptop Can’t Find Wi Fi Connection Problems (Windows 7/8 PC)
There are several common problems with Laptop Wi-Fi Cards, that might pop up out of nowhere, and one of them is If your laptop not detecting WiFi at all.
There is no particular reason to what user activities triggers this problem, but it is quite easy to solve this Wi-Fi Connection Detecting Issue on Windows computers.
Following tutorial is done on a Windows 8 PC, but the process is applicable to Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 PCs as well.
How To Solve Laptop Not Detecting WiFi Connection Problem
If you are facing this problem, Wi-Fi signal icon in quick launch bar of your Windows Laptop should look like the following. If it’s showing some other icon, then problem might be different, so make sure it’s the same.
If you click on this icon, your list of wireless network will look empty, just like mine in the following image. Windows 7 Users will see a small pop-up but without any Wi-Fi connections in the list.
Now you have to open the device manager on the laptop.
For Windows 8 – Press Windows + Q > Write Device Manager in Search Field (Select Settings) > You will Find the device manager on left hand window. > Open it.
For Windows 7 – Press Windows Button > Type Device Manager in search bar > It should come up in the list of programs. > Click to open it.
Step 4 – Once you open it,
Go to Network Adapters and Open its drop down menu.
Right Click the Network Adapter > Uninstall
Another window will pop-up, keep the Delete Drivers Unchecked.
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