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  • Enable the WiFi service Enable the WiFi service with WiFi switch.

--> Some laptop such as HP, Lenovo, Dell, have a switch on a keyboard to turn ON/OFF WiFi (like fn or f5).

  • Restart your modem or WiFi router

This problem may be due to an Internet Service Provider (ISP).restart your modem or WiFi router.

  • Update WiFi network driver It may also be that your WiFi driver has been outdated, due to which there are problems like this, it is a common problem that can come at any time.

Steps to Update Driver

  1. Press Win+R to open Run command.

  2. Type "devmgmt.msc" (without quotes) and hit enter.

  3. Right click your WiFi network adapter in network adapter section, and click update driver.

Note:- You can also use third party tools to Update driver easily.

  • Check your Network setting
  • Right click the internet icon, and click open network and sharing centre.
  1. Click adapter setting.

  2. Right click WiFi, and click enable.

    Note: - If it is enabled, you will be disabled on right click on WiFi (also referred to for wireless network connection in different computers).

  3. Restart windows and reconnect to WiFi again.

  • Turn on WLAN auto config service WLAN Auto config service (also referred to wireless configuration in windows xp).

Steps to enable it :-

  1. Press Win+R to open run command and type "service.msc" then hit enter.

  2. Right click WLAN Auto config (if you're using windows xp, right click wireless configuration) and click properties.

  3. Select Automatic in startup, then click apply, and click on OK.

  4. Restart your PC or laptop and reconnect to your WiFi network to see if your WiFi shows up.