Can’t connect to any Wi-Fi network | Windows 10


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I couldn’t connect to WiFi so I decided to do the latest windows 10 update. When that was finished I couldn’t connect to my home Wi-Fi network and couldn’t connect to any other Wi-Fi. It also keeps asking my WiFi code even tho I saved it already.
 
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jvdme This may help?
Open Settings, click on Network and Internet, scroll down to Proxy settings and make sure it's "Automatically Detect" and make sure it's turned ON.
 
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jvdme This may help?
Open Settings, click on Network and Internet, scroll down to Proxy settings and make sure it's "Automatically Detect" and make sure it's turned ON.
I just checked and it’s already checked on
 
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I just checked and it’s already checked on
It's apparent that Windows isn't detecting the device.
1. Remove the power from your modem for 1 minute, then power it back up. Hopefully, Windows will detect the device.

2. Check Devices.
Open Device Manager, check if there are any errors (exclamation mark) with Network Adapters.

3.Troubleshoot System.
Type "Trouble" in the Windows Search Box > Troubleshoot System Settings, it will find any problems and attempt to repair.
 

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