Your laptop not connecting to the Wi-Fi is the most annoying situation that you would’ve encountered in your entire life. This is because the laptop is all working and fine but you still can’t use it. Most people have no business with the laptop without its Wi-Fi.
What to Do When The Laptop Won’t Connect to Wi-Fi?
The first and foremost thing to do is to check the router. Sometimes the router isn’t working correctly. Some people have the more complex and outdated routers whose settings can change. You should first go and check the router. Check it by turning it on and off and se of it connects or not. Check on the other devices as well to see if the Wi-Fi is even working. If the other devices are connecting, then you need to go back to your laptop and try your luck there.
The Troubleshoot is Always There to Help
The laptop has a troubleshoot tool which is there to solve your wireless connectivity problems. All laptops have a wireless key. It can either be on the keyboard or on the side slots. Turn the wireless key on and off. The troubleshoot tool will probably solve the issue. After the wireless key is white again and it still doesn’t connect to Wi-Fi then the laptop will automatically give the option of running the troubleshoot tool. It will ask you to do a few things but mostly it does the task on its own. It will let you know if the problem lies with the router or not. However, if still doesn’t fix, then you need to head over to the drivers.
The problem usually lies with the faulty drivers and it is easy to solve by updating them.