Windows 11

How to fix disconnected Wi-Fi issue on Windows 11/10

Repair disconnect Wi-Fi issuesWindows

Before looking at the prompts, you should always check the following:

  • Is the airplane mode turned off?
  • Is your router plugged in correctly?
  • Is your area facing service interruption?
  • Is your router functioning normally?

If none of these problems exist, try the following tips.Most of these steps also apply to Windows 10 user. Check them out below.

Change network profile type

step 1:Click on the taskbarWi-Fiicon. (Use shortcut keysWin+AOpen the action center)

Step 2:Click in the action centerWi-Fiicon.

Step 3: Right-clickThe connection that caused the problem, and then selectProperties. If available, you can also select the small attribute icon in the upper right corner.


Step 4:Set your network profile type toPrivate.


Update driver

Most drivers will be updated automatically. However, sometimes there may be a problem of stopping automatic updates. You can update the driver manually.

step 1:Use shortcut keysWin + XOpen the WinX menu.

Step 2:chooseDevice manager.


Step 3:Click onNetwork adapterTo expand the options.

Step 4: Right-clickRelated Wi-Fi adapter and selectUpdate driver.


Change adapter properties

  1. Use shortcut keysWin + XOpen the WinX menu.
  2. chooseDevice manager.
  3. UnfoldNetwork adapterOptions.
  4. Double clickAssociated Wi-Fi adapter.
  5. existPower management tabTo uncheck.Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power.After that, pressOK.

Forget the old network

Windows will connect you to the fastest available network. However, sometimes these networks are unstable and cannot be connected normally. You should “forget” old connections, or you don’t want to use them.

  1. Use shortcut keysWin + AOpen the action center.
  2. chooseWi-Fiicon.
  3. Right-click the connection you tried to forget.chooseforget.
  4. Continue to right-click and select the forget action for all the connections you want to delete.

Auto configuration service

The Wi-Fi auto-configuration service connects you to your preferred network. However, if this service is turned off, you may need to manually connect the device to the network. You should reset this service to make sure it connects automatically in the future.

  1. according toWin + RKey to open the run box.
  2. Typeservices.mscAnd pressEnter key.
  3. turn upWLAN AutoConfigandDouble clickThe option.
  4. fromStartup typeIn the drop-down menu, selectautomatic.
  5. according toSure.

Resolve disconnection by changing DNS Wi-Fi issues

Sometimes, changing DNS can solve connection problems.

  1. Use shortcut keysWin + IOpen the settings application.
  2. chooseNetwork and internet.
  3. chooseAdvanced network settings.
  4. Click onMorenetwork adapterOptions.
  5. Right-clickWi-Fi network.chooseAttributes.
  6. Double clickInternet Protocol version 4.
  7. SelectedUse the following DNS server addressCircle.
  8. Add the following content and pressOK. Preferred DNS server: alternate DNS server8.8.4.4

Fix the disconnection through troubleshooting Wi-Fi issues

step 1:Use shortcut keysWin + IOpen the settings application.

Step 2:Select from the right pane of the system settingsTroubleshoot.


Step 3:chooseOther troubleshooting procedures.


Step 4:chooseInternet connectionnearbyrun.


If none of these methods work, there may be some problems with the service provider or the hardware.

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