You may have encountered an annoying issue that there is no WiFi on your Windows laptop. That means your laptop cannot connect to your WiFi network. And the network icon on the taskbar shows that you are disconnected from any WiFi network. If you are being troubled by this problem, you can try the methods below one by one to troubleshoot this no WiFi on laptop issue. 1) Reboot your laptop 2) Power cycle your router 3) Run a troubleshooter 4) Troubleshoot network adapter driver
b) Wait for the completion of detection, and then follow the on-screen instruction to troubleshoot any problem shown in the result.
Driver Easy. Driver Easy can quickly detect the outdated drivers, and find the latest credible drivers suitable for your operating system. You don’t have to worry about causing any trouble. And if you use its Pro version, you can enjoy its more automatic update process and higher download speed. a) Connect your laptop to a wired network. (If you can’t, check the step d below.) Download and install Driver Easy. b) Open the program and hit Scan Now. Problem drivers on your computer will be detected in a few seconds.
c) Click on the Update button next to your wireless network adapter driver. Driver Easy will download the latest drivers for you. Or you can hit the Update All button at the bottom right to update all your drivers automatically (this requires the Pro version).
d) You can also use the Offline Scan feature of Driver Easy with another computer to update your network adapter driver. Driver Easy will detect the model of your network adapter and save it as a special file. You can use the file to download the driver on another computer with Driver Easy installed.
e) In addition, the Driver Uninstall feature of Driver Easy can be a solution to your problem. You can try uninstalling your network adapter driver and then using Driver Easy to reinstall it. Usually this would fix the hardware problem caused by driver.
If you have tried all the methods above and still cannot solve your no WiFi problem on your laptop, you may need to consider it as a hardware issue. There may be something wrong with your network adapter or your router. In this case you can contact your hardware manufacturers to see if they can give any suggestion.