How to Troubleshoot Wireless Connection in Windows

Monday, 10 October 2016

This is a "How to Guide" to Fix or Troubleshoot your Office or Home Wireless Network. Almost every active internet user has a private Wi-Fi network in their house and companies also in their office. It is very easy to setup wireless connection in home and office without any hassle. But it comes very irritating when your wireless network stops working. Internet connectivity is visible under the name of the router in Windows operating systems. Here is a screenshot:-
If there is a problem with your wireless network, it starts saying "No Internet Access". There are ways to fix issues with your wireless network and troubleshooting (diagnostic) is a most common thing to try by a user.
You can quickly troubleshoot your wireless network adapter to fix any common issues instantly.

How to Troubleshoot a Wireless Network

This method is same on Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and Windows 10. So it doesn't matter what Operating system version you are using. To Diagnose/Troubleshoot Wireless Network running on a Windows PC follow these steps :-

Performing Diagnostic Repair

  1. Open Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center
  2. Find and click on "Change Adapter Settings".
  3. Right click on your adapter and choose Diagnose.
  4. Follow the given instructions and possible it will solve your Wi-Fi connectivity issue for sure.
This is general and recommended method to try at first because it can help you resolve any general issue with network connection.
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