If the user cannot be able to find the Wi-Fi Network Icon on their device. Then they must read this blog, here they will get the solution to fix Wi-Fi Network Not Showing Up on Window 10. For help, they can call the executive of Microsoft team via www.office.com/setup.
Resolve Wi-Fi Network Icon Not Showing Up: Office.com/setup
1. Restart your Router/Modem:
- You should turn off your Wi-Fi router and then you need to unplug the power source from it.
- After this, just wait for 10-20 seconds and then again you should connect the power cable to the router.
- Here, you need to switch on the router and then you should connect your device.
- At the end, verify the error is still there or not.
2. Turn Off your Wi-Fi Network:
1. You need to press Windows Key+ R key at the same time to launch Run dialog box and then just type “ncpa.cpl” and hit Enter key.
2. At this point, you require to choose the Wi-Fi network option and just right-click on it.
3. Here, just click on Disable option and wait for a few seconds and then you should click on the Disabled network.
4. At last, you should click on Enable option to make the Wi-Fi network enable on your computer. Now, check the error still persist or not.
3. Run Troubleshooter To Verify Network Connections:
- For this, press Windows Key + I key at the same time to open Settings and then just click on Update & Security option or you should go to settings option by clicking on the right side of the status bar.
- Then, you have to select Troubleshoot option which is located on the left-hand side of the computer screen.
- Now, just click on Internet connections which is below the troubleshoot option.
- Here, you have to click on run troubleshooter.
- Follow all the on screen instruction which is there on your computer screen.
- If the error is not resolved then you have to click on Network Adapter from the troubleshooter menu.
- At this point, click on Run the troubleshooter.
- At last, you have to restart your computer to save the changes.
4. Uninstall Wi-Fi Driver and Again Reinstall It:
- If you want to uninstall Wi-Fi Driver, then press Windows key+ R key to open Run dialog box.
- Then, type “devmgmt.msc” and hit Enter key.
- Now, the Device Manager Utility will open.
- At this point, look for the Network Adapter option in the device manager and then click on it.
- Now, all the available drivers appears.
- Here, right click on the Wi-Fi network and then you should click on uninstall driver. Now, it will uninstall the Wi-Fi Driver.
Now, you have to Install the Wi-Fi Driver, for this reboot your computer system. Here, the windows will automatically install the uninstall Wi-Fi driver. For sometimes after reboot, the window will not install the Wi-Fi driver itself. Hence, in this situation you have to install the Wi-Fi driver yourself. Then, click on the Device Manager option and choose Action option under it. At this point, click on Action option and then click on Scan for hardware changes. This will locate the uninstall driver and then you should install it on your device.
For support or assistance, contact to the Microsoft Support team through www.office.com/setup.