Fixing the laptop’s WIFI problem which won’t connect to the internet

Wi-Fi is the only one famous wireless networking technology which uses radio waves to provide the high-speed wireless Internet and network connections. These days, nobody can stay away from using the WIFI because it uses the cheap broadband bandwidth where the Sim card DATA costs the fortune.

And I know it’s hard to go through when you open your laptop to do some important work and find out that your laptop’s Wi-Fi isn’t able to connect to your favorite network. Even it’s possible that the WIFI is working perfectly on every other nearby connected device, but the laptop is the one who’s having this problem while connecting the router/modem wirelessly.

A lot of things can happen which leads your laptops to create this kind of problem and the first thing what you can do fix your WIFI is by giving your laptop a simple reboot.

If you haven’t rebooted your computer in a while then it’s quite a worth to give a shot. Rebooting can fix a lot of different issues cause by the operating system cache files and can take your OS to the right path by restating its services.

Not just for the laptop, you’ll also need to do this your main WIFI Router/Modem too.

So, Let’s See How to Fix This WIFI Problem;

It’s possible that your laptop is only not connecting to single a WIFI Connection or maybe it’s doing with every available connection out there. It all depends on how bad the condition is.

Here are some suggested troubleshooting steps what you can try and let’s get started with;

#1 – Fix by Forgetting the Old WIFI Data

Old WIFI data means all those SSID Names & Password of different networks which are automatically saved by your laptop’s operating system whenever it’s connected to some new connection.

To forget any SSID Name in Windows 10 you need to can go to the settings and then and select WiFi under the “Network & Internet” options. After getting into the WIFI’s Menu, select ‘Manage known networks’ to see all the SSID listing.

By selecting an SSID Name and click on forget can delete that networks entry and you’ll need to do it for all because you can’t delete all at once and everything needs to be deleted to properly clear the OLD Data.

#2 – Fix by Disabling the Antivirus Software

There is also a quite possibility that the antivirus software installed in your windows is conflicting the network devices of the computer and make your WIFI unable to connect to the network. The best way to clear out this confusion you can disable your antivirus for about 15 minutes and test the WiFi.

You can find the ‘Disable Antivirus Protection’ option into the antivirus settings but there is also another easy way which you can use find this option;

And that is open the quick feature options by right-clicking on the antivirus logo from the windows notification area, just to make it simpler.

Suggested link: What’s A Good Antivirus And How To Pick A Best One?

#3 – Fixing by DATE & Time Checkup

Having the wrong date and time on the computer can also cause this problem and I’m only saying this because if your connection has firewall hardware installed in it or maybe use any kind of firewall software, then it always better to maintain the correct date and time setting to get identified by the connection trustfully.

Changing the date and time also isn’t that much of a job and you can check it quickly. To do that by just right clicking on the ‘Windows default Clock’ and selecting the “Adjust date/time” option.

After in the menu, make sure the clock is running correctly. And yes, you can cross-check the time with your mobile phone for the accuracy.

And the other import thing what you’ll need to check in this menu is the “Time Zone”. Mainly the area which you’re living in.

#4 – Fixing by Windows troubleshooter

In case if you didn’t try this windows inbuilt feature yet, then this can fix the problem automatically or maybe will give you an idea about where the actual problem is coming from. Most of the time this tool works and can save a lot of time while fixing this problem.

To get to this tool, search for the Control Panel in windows Starts Menu and after opening it, select the “Troubleshooting” option. Now in the troubleshooting menu select the “Network and Internet” to get to the main network troubleshooting menu.

#5 – Fix by Updating WIFI Drivers

Just like a car needs a driver to move, your computer operating system also needs a Driver (in a software form) to handle and work with the hardware. So, it might be possible that your laptop’s WIFI Drivers got corrupted or disturbed, and to fix it;

Updating, or I can say reinstalling the drivers is the only thing which can rest the whole WIFI settings make everything back to normal.

Finding the online WIFI Drivers also isn’t that much of a big deal, you’ll just need to search your laptops Model No. with the word ‘Drivers’ at the last on google can find you the latest one what you’re looking for.

Just download the driver and install it, and it will automatedly overwrite the previous files and configuration.

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#6 – Fix by Registry Cleaning

The registry is the main key for your whole windows working and performance, due to poor computer system maintenance, you may experience Registry issues and later on lead to various computers hardware problems, including this one too.

To fix the registry issue you’ll need to get some best in class registry cleaner to repair and clean the bad values from the registry database.

All the working Registry Cleaner are only available in the paid version but before spending your money;

First, I want you to fix the registry issue by using a one single ‘Windows Command Prompt’ command because most of the times this problem get fixed by just putting a single command in the CMD and then you don’t even have to buy anything for your PC.

  • So, Open CMD, as an administrator.
  • Then type the command “Sfc /Scannow” and hit enter. Make sure you don’t close this CMD window until the verification gets 100% completed.
  • Restart your computer and test it, if the blue screen was gone, then that’s good, if don’tthen I think now you should need to buy a Registry Cleaner for your OS.

If you don’t have any registry tuner or cleaner in your computer, then install a best in class cleaner in your PC to get the perfect performance and an error-free system’s lifespan.

Here Are Two Top Rated Software’s What I Recommend To All My Websites Guest Users As Listed Below:

After downloading the registry cleaner, just click on the scan button which will automatically start the full system scan and after that, it will show you every little problem what it founds in your computer.

Helpful Link: What’s A Good Registry Cleaner and How It Helps?

#What to do if WI-FI is connected but still can’t be able to access the Internet?

In this condition, there are a couple of things what you can do to fix the issue, and those are:

  • Reset Browsers: Resting the browsers can clean all the previous Data and lets you to starts with new. Make sure you reset all the installed browsers whatever it’s chrome or IE.
  • Check the IP: In case if any static IP address is configured in the WIFI Network Adaptor, then there is no chance you’ll able to use the internet.  To check that, go the control panel, click on the “Network and Sharing Center”, then select the option called “Change adapter setting” from the left-side menu. It will show you every installed network adapter of your computer and now in this menu, right click on the WIFI Adaptor and click on ‘properties’. In properties options, select the “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)” and click the “properties button.” After that, you need to check the configuration entered here is the correct and according to the Router/Modem.

“That’s all for now, thanks for sticking with the article, and you know it will always good to let me know about the article, in the comments down below.” 🙂


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