In this video I will be showing you 8 different ways to fix WiFi connection problems in Windows 10. There are several possible reasons for this problem some but then there’s only one common indicator which is a red X on your Windows network icon or for some laptops you may also notice an odd colored LED on your network button which doesn’t change back to normal after a press as it should. 1. Check if your laptop has a dedicated switch for wireless connections and ensure that is turned on. 2. Check that your WiFi adapter has not been disabled in Windows settings. 3. Check to see that your WiFi adapter hasn’t been disable from the BIOS settings. 4. Check that your network driver is up to date. 5. Run full windows update. 6. Manually download and install the WiFi adapter driver. You can order a USB wifi adapter from here to help with this process: https://goo.gl/pnCWDK 7. Open up your laptop and locate the WiFi card, check the model number search online for the driver using the exact model number, then download and install accordingly. 8. Replace the WiFi card module.
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