Seeing no available WiFi Networks can make anyone blow his top. It is frustrating to see no network to connect to when your router is up and running.
How to Fix Windows 10 Won’t Display or Show Available Wifi Networks
We have listed some methods on how you can solve this WiFi network problem in Windows 10. Check out the solutions below.
Method #1 – Check Your Network Discovery Setting
- Launch the Control Panel.
- Select Network and Internet.
- Click Network and Sharing Center.
- On the upper left, select Change advanced sharing settings.
- Look for the Network Discovery section.
- Select Turn on network discovery.
- Click Save changes.
- Now, try to see if you can find WiFi Networks.
Method #2 – Update Your Network Adapter Drivers
- Click Start.
- Select Device Manager.
- Look for Network Adapters and expand the category.
- Right-click on your WiFi adapter and select Update Driver Software. Windows will automatically find and download the drivers. But, you can also download the drivers ahead. If you have, select Browse my computer for driver software and click on the driver file you have downloaded.
- Wait for the update to finish and try locating the WiFi networks.
Method #3 – Run the Network Adapter Troubleshooter
- Launch the Settings.
- Click Update & Security.
- Go to Troubleshoot.
- Look for the Network Adapter and click Run the troubleshooter.
- Wait for the process to finish and follow the instructions for troubleshooting.
- Once done, restart your computer.
Method #4 – Make Sure the Services for Internet Connection are Running
- Click Start and type services.msc on the search box.
- Click Services.
- Now, check each of these services and make sure they are running.
Application Layer Gateway Service
Network List Service
Network Location Awareness (NLA)
Plug And Play
Remote Access Connection Manager
Remote Access Auto Connection Manager
Remote Procedure Call (RPC)
Windows Event Log
Method #5 – Reset the TCP/IP
- On the search box, type cmd.
- Right-click on the Command Prompt and select Command Prompt (Admin).
- Type each command one at a time, followed by an Enter for each.
- netsh int ip reset
- netsh int tcp set heuristics disabled
- netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled
- netsh int tcp set global rss=enabled
- Restart your computer.
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