The wifi Option Not showing in Windows 11 & Windows 10
Windows 11 users have been complaining about Wi-Fi dropping intermittently, and not showing the network list.
This is happening mostly because drivers are corrupted or might issue with the operating system, cool this is not a serious issue you can follow the steps below one by one it may resolve your issue.
Step 1: If you are using a modem or router unplug the power cable from the modem or router then wait for 30-40 seconds.
Connect the power cable back again to the modem or router and wait until the modem is ready then try connecting Wi-Fi and check.
Step 2: Turn on Airplane mode and turn it off back again and turn off Wi-Fi then turn it on again and try connecting again then check
Step 3: Uninstall & Reinstall the Wi-Fi drivers
1. Go to Device Manager
2. Click on the view tab and click on “Show Hidden Device”
3. Now look at Network Adapters and expand or double click on the Network Adapters
4. Select Wi-fi drivers or select wireless adapter (Qualcomm or Realtek wireless) driver.
5. Right-click on the wifi drivers and select uninstall device.
Note: you can tick mark on the delete the driver software for this device.
6. Once done you can restart the system and check if you are able to connect to the Wi-Fi network now, if still now connecting proceed with the next best further resolution.
Step 4: Update the Drivers and BIOS from your system manufacturer’s site support.
Step 5: Run Network troubleshooter
To run the network troubleshooter
- Go to settings.
- Click on the system.
- Select troubleshoot> Other troubleshooters.
- Under other troubleshooters, select network Adapter then clicks on Run.
- Follow the Onscreen instructions and check.
Step 6: Restart the WLan services from the services menu.
1. Type services in the search bar or simply press the windows key and R key together then type services.msc and hit enter now services list opening.
2. Search WLan services in the list
3. Right-click on the Wlan and click on restart
You should restart the system after restarting the Wlan services.
Step 7: Reset the Network
- Click start and select settings
2. Select Network and Internet
3. Click on the status
4. Click reset
Step 8: if the issue persists even though you followed all possible troubleshooting probably the issue with the operating system, you can restore the system or reset the windows.