Tuesday, June 18 2019

Why My WiFi Is Not Connecting In Windows 10 Operating System

By: Postbull - Last Upadte April 28, 2019


I have tried many numbers of times but WiFi is not connecting In Windows 10. All the time I was unsuccessful. There can be several reasons for this WiFi connection problem and try to find the exact problem so the solution will be found out. If you are like me who are frustrated to find out the exact reason for this problem, then read this article to figure out the problem. Let first concentrate the problems and later the solutions to this problem.

First Problem :

Check the Status of Wireless Key

In your Windows 10 PC, there is a button of Wifi. Check the button and verify that the wireless signal is on or off.

If not, press the WiFi key button, wait for 10 seconds, and try to find out any changes to the wireless connection icon in the notification area and check the LED light on the wireless button.

If the LED light is not on, take your mouse over the wireless connection icon in the notification area and observe the current connection status.

If the wireless signal is turned on, connect your PC with Wifi and if not then press the button to turn it back on and establish the connection again.

Second Problem :

Wi-Fi Is Connected But You Don’t Have Internet

Once you find out that you are connected to the internet and but you are unable to access. Reason can be a faulty TCP/IP stack, IP address, or DNS client resolver cache.

Solution of this problem is to open Windows’s native Network

Troubleshooting tool. Go to the Settings > Update and security >Troubleshoot > Internet connections and fix this problem

If you are unable to do this, open the Command Prompt and type the following commands. Press Enter after each command:

a) netsh winsock reset

b) ipconfig /release

c) netsh int ip reset

d) ipconfig /renew

e) ipconfig /flushdns

Third Problem :

Unable to Make Connection With Wi-Fi

Sometimes a message flashes on screen is “Windows 10 can’t connect to this network” when you are attempting to connect with WiFi, You can blame network adapter for this hazard.

Answer of this problem is very simple. Uninstall the network adapter’s driver and reinstall.

Some Simple Steps Are Required to Complete the Process

  • Press the Windows key + X and click on Device Manager.
  • Right-click on the network adapter and choose “Uninstall”.
  • After that, click on the “Delete”.
  • Restart your machine and Windows will automatically reinstall the driver.

Fourth Problem :

Windows 10 Wi-Fi Driver Issues

After deletion and reinstallation, sometimes still problem occurs to establish the connection with Wifi, this is due to Wi-Fi driver issues on Windows 10. A solution to this problem is, either try to update the driver or roll it back to a previous version.

For Updation Of The Wi-Fi Driver, Let’s Go to the Steps Below

  • The first step is to right-click on the Start Menu.
  • And then Click on Device Manager.
  • The drop-down menu will appear below Network Adapters.
  • Just do the Right-click on your adapter and select Properties.
  • Click on the Driver tab.
  • Choose either Update Driver or Roll Back Driver.

Fifth Problem :

Find Out the Wi-Fi Password on Windows 10 :

Do you forget your WiFi password? or thinking how to reset your password.Easily you can reset your password.

  • First, Right-click on the “Network” icon on the Taskbar. Select the “Open Network Internet Settings”.
  • The new window will come and click on “Change adapter options”.
  • Wi-Fi connection will come when you do right-click and “Status”.
  • Click on “Wireless Properties” and then click on the “Securit tab”.
  • Mark the checkbox next to “Show Characters”.

Six Problem :

Forget Wi-Fi Network on Windows 10 :

Sometimes, you forgot the name of the Wi-Fi network. maybe you have a new router, can be other issues. Solution of this problem is -

  • Open the Start Menu and click on Settings.
  • Click on Network and Internet.
  • Choose Wi-Fi from the menu on the left-hand side of the screen.
  • Click on Manage known networks.
  • Highlight the name of the network you want to forget.
  • Click on Forget.
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