Windows 10 Wi-Fi Not Working – Find The Fixes Here

There are many bugs that appears after upgrading to Windows 10 including sound not working, black screen issue, Start menu not working and much more. Recently many users encounter the trouble with Wi-Fi connection and some frequently called for a toll-free number of a helpline support for Windows 10 taskbar. There could be wide reasons for not working of Wi-Fi.

Wi-Fi connectivity issues may be due to incompatible driver or may be that wireless adapter would not have been updated. If you have re-installed driver then it may be that it would not support VPN. If you are having old VPN client particularly Cisco or global sonic then it may be that certain part of software is obstructing internet connectivity. Anyway, you can have solution either with a toll-free number of a tech customer support for Windows 10 Wi-Fi not working or you can also go through the fixes shown in this post.

Update Wi-Fi drivers of Adapter on Windows 10

Update is needed with Adapter Driver because driver of earlier Windows version 7 or 8 is not compatible with Windows 10 or Windows 10 would have removed it while updating. Therefore, with Driver Talent Tool you can fix this problem. So, let’s have a look at this procedure:

· Download and run driver talent tool.

· Now, run Driver Talent for scanning your system. It can find all diver issues.

· Make a click on update a driver or repair a driver.

This way you can get rid of Wi-Fi connectivity issues. However, if you are still getting trouble then you can follow the next procedure.


Enter the command to fix Wi-Fi issue in Windows 10

· Here, you first need to make a right click on Start button and choose Command Prompt which will launch Command Prompt as Admin.

· Now, type the command as reg delete HKCR\CLSID\{988248f3-a1ad-49bf-9170-676cbbc36ba3} /va /f and then hit enter key.

· Now, again enter the command as ‘netcfg -v -u dni_dne’ in Command Prompt and press enter.


· Restart your system and check your Wi-Fi settings.

Optimize Wireless Adapter settings

· Press Windows and S key together and then choose ‘Power options’.

· Find the current plan and change the plan settings.

· Now, click on change advanced power settings.

· Choose Maximum performance and then click on OK.

With all these procedures, you can easily get rid of Wi-Fi connectivity issues in your Windows 10.

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