- If you can’t get online through Wi-Fi because Windows 10 can’t find any Wi-Fi adapters, run some initial checkups to determine the root of the problem. It’s usually due to faulty router or computer settings.
- Use this long but easy step-by-step guide to fix Wi-Fi connectivity issues and restore Internet access on your PC, laptop, or tablet. Start by checking your Wi-Fi drivers.
- Join our Wi-Fi Troubleshooting Hub to repair additional wireless problems.
- Discover more Internet and Network Solutions for your computer.
Even if you were previously able to join a wireless network connection but can’t anymore, it’s likely an issue that you can easily resolve at the software level to regain Internet access.
So, before looking to buy a new Wi-Fi adapter for your Windows desktop, laptop or tablet, follow the intuitive troubleshooting guide below.
It doesn’t matter if you’re running Windows 10 on an HP, Lenovo, Asus, or other computer brand since these solutions are universal.
Before proceeding, we suggest using a second device to read these instructions. It should be connected to the Internet, just in case you temporarily lose web access on your primary Windows 10 computer.
What can I do if Windows 10 can’t find any Wi-Fi networks or adapters?
This post was written by Elena Constantinescu and was first posted to WindowsReport
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