Hey there, fellow Windows users! I’m having a frustrating issue with my Windows 10 laptop, and I’m hoping someone can help me out. For the past few days, I’ve been unable to connect to Wi-Fi, and it’s driving me crazy. Here are the details of the problem:

  1. No Wi-Fi Networks Detected: When I open the Wi-Fi settings, my laptop doesn’t detect any available networks. It’s like my Wi-Fi adapter is completely blind to all the networks around me.
  2. Other Devices Connect Fine: It’s not a problem with my Wi-Fi network because my other devices, including my phone and another laptop, connect without any issues. It’s just this Windows 10 laptop that’s having trouble.
  3. Driver and Software Updates: I’ve tried updating my Wi-Fi driver and ensuring my Windows 10 is up to date, but that hasn’t resolved the problem.
  4. Troubleshooting Steps: I’ve also attempted some basic troubleshooting like restarting the laptop and resetting the network settings, but nothing seems to work.

I’m at a loss as to what to do next. Has anyone else encountered this issue and found a solution? I’d really appreciate any guidance or tips you can provide to help me get my Wi-Fi connection back up and running on Windows 10. Thanks in advance!

RodZillaBR Asked question November 7, 2023