The WiFi network fix is ​​not visible on Windows 10

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Some Windows 10 users are reporting that they have a problem with the WiFi network not showing up in Windows 10. Now this error can occur for many reasons, from an old / incompatible WiFi driver to a faulty registry set. The problem can come from two sources: the WiFi hardware / computer hardware is the cause of the problem or the problem is due to some software bug. Let's put reason aside and focus on solutions to this problem.
Before proceeding with the fixes, you can restart your computer and see if the WiFi network appears. If the error persists, try these solutions:



Correction 1- Enable Network Controller

If your WiFi network is not visible on Windows 10, perhaps it is happening because the WiFi driver on your computer is disabled. Enabling the Network Controller can solve your problem. Follow these steps to enable the network controller:

1. To open the Run window, simply press “Windows key"Y"R'keys together.

2. Now you need to type "ncpa.cpl”To run window then knocks Log in.

This will open Network connections starting from Control Panel

2. The right mouse button on the WiFi controller you are using and click "Enable". The WiFi controller will be activated just in time.

Close Network connections Y start again your computer. Check if your computer is showing a WiFi network. If you still can't see the WiFi network, look for the next solution.

Solution 2: Automate the automatic WLAN configuration service

Auto WLAN Setup is a Windows service that detects and connects to a wireless network. At some point this service does not start automatically, which can cause the error. Follow these steps for automate il WLAN service AutoC0nfig.



1. At first, you should press "Windows key' and the 'R'on your computer.

2. To open the File Services window, type "services.msc"And click"ok".

2. Scroll down to find "Automatic WLAN configuration"Service. Now, double click on it and "WLAN automatic configuration properties " the window will open.

3. Now click on the drop-down menu next to the option “Start type: " and select "Automatic".

4. Click on 'To apply"And then in"ok".

Restart your computer and try to connect with your WiFi.

If it's still there, find the next solution.

Solution 3: update the WiFi network driver

Your WiFi is not showing up because the old / incompatible network driver may be installed. Updating the WiFi driver can fix the problem. Follow these steps to update your WiFi-

1. As a first step, all you have to do is press "Windows key + X", Then click"Device administrator".

Device Administrator utility will open.

2. In the Device Administrator window, locate "Network adapters“In the driver list. Expand the section.

3. Now, from the drop-down menu, select the driver you are using, right click on it and click on "Update Driver".

4. After doing so, when "How do you want to find the drivers?"The message appears, click"Automatically searches for updated driver software".



Windows will now check for updates for the WiFi device on your computer.

Restart your computer.
Check if you can connect to the WiFi network.

Fix-4 Turn the router off and on

Many times restarting the router can help it connect to the network. Your internet service provider assigns a temporary IP address to your router, which changes at regular intervals. If your router doesn't support the changed IP, it won't be able to connect to the internet and won't show up on your computer either. Turning the router off and on can help this process-


1. Switch off the router with the hand switch.

2. Unplug the router from the electrical outlet.

3. Wait a minute or two.

4. Connect your router.

5. Turn on the router.

Check if your Windows can detect the network. If the problem persists, look for the next solution.

Fix-5 Delete registry entries with command prompt

Some corrupted registry entries may be the cause of the WiFi network not being detected on your computer. Deleting those registry keys with the command prompt can fix the problem

1. Digita “cmd“In the search box.

2. Right click on him "Symbol of the system"And then click"Run as administrator".


The Command Prompt window will appear in administrative mode.

2. Copy and paste the following command at the command prompt and press Log in.

reg delete HKCRCLSID {988248f3-a1ad-49bf-9170-676cbbc36ba3} / va / f

3. Copy and paste this System Symbol file and press Log in. Wait until the process is complete. Close the command prompt.

netcfg -v -u days_day

Restart your computer and check if the WiFi network is visible. If you still have the same problem, find the next solution.

Fix-6 Check if the required services are running

Discovering WiFi on your computer requires the same essential services. If these essential services are not running, you will not be able to detect the WiFi network on your computer. To verify that essential services are running, follow these steps:

1. As a first step to open the Services file, the utility is to write "Services".

2. Now click on "ServicesThis will come up in the top search result.

2. Look for these two services "Windows event log"Y"windows To update“And check if yours State is "Running".

3. Also, check if the "Remote Procedure Call (RPC)" is Running.

4. If one of these 3 services is stopped / disabled / not working, the right mouse button on it and click "Home".

Close Services window e Restart your computer.

Check if you can find out the WiFi network on your computer.

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