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After upgrading to Windows 10 - How to fix network connection issues ?
If you encounter troubles in getting connected to internet , please check the below for your information .
1. Use the Network troubleshooter
In Windows search box on the taskbar, type Network troubleshooter, then select Identify and repair network
If that doesn't work and you're using a wired connection, make sure both ends of your Ethernet cable are
securely plugged in to your PC and your router or modem.
If you still have network connection problems, please follow more advanced steps here:
2. If you fail to connect to Wi Fi
Make sure Wi Fi is turned on. Select the Start Start icon button >select Settings > Network & Internet >
Wi Fi to check. If a network you expect to see appears in the list, select the network > Connect.
Make sure the physical Wi Fi switch on your laptop is turned on. (An indicator light usually shows whenit's
Select the Start Start icon button > select Settings > Network & Internet > Airplane mode and turn off airplane
mode if it's on.
Move closer to the router or access point.
if none of these things work, restart your Wi Fi router.
In addition, you may be able to connect to a cellular network instead.
Select the Start Start icon button > select Settings > Network & Internet, and see if Cellular appears
in the list of settings.Image of the Network & Internet settings page
3. Don't see your Wi Fi network name at home?
Make sure your router is set to broadcast the network name:
Connect your PC to your router by an Ethernetcable.
Open your web browser and type the IP address for your wireless router. (For example, 192.168.1.1 or
172.16.0.0—check the documentation for your router to find the default IP address.)
Sign in with your user name and password, then make sure an option labeled Enable SSID
Broadcast, Wireless SSID broadcast, or something similar is turned on. This setting isoften on a
Wireless Settings page.