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Is there anyone who knows how to fix Windows 11 Can't Connect to a Network. I am facing some issues while doing this. Help me.
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Windows 11 can’t connect to a network issue can become common and equally frustrating that may eventually prompt troubleshooting the issue and go fixing the same. In this regard, this unique guide explains several ways that may ultimately help you address the Windows 11 can’t connect to a network issue going forward.
There is no point in troubleshooting the Windows 11 can’t connect to a network issue outright before confirming this issue persists only in case of using Windows 11 on your existing computer.
In this context, it is worth mentioning that you must ascertain whether connectivity issues are posing hurdles against other devices, computers, speakers, etc., and if you find that connectivity issues are not posing issues in the case of other computers and devices then you must move ahead to troubleshoot the Windows 11 can’t connect to a network issue for your earlier or existing Windows 11 or computer.
A quicker way to fix the Windows 11 can’t connect to a network issue is perhaps going on to reboot your computer which you can get done by giving the “Restart” button under the “Shut Down” section.
Another way of fixing the Windows 11 can’t connect to a network issue is ensuring that your Wi-Fi is enabled and functioning properly. You can toggle up the Wi-Fi switch by jointly pressing either the FN+F5 buttons or the FN+F2 buttons.
The Wi-Fi toggle can also be switched “ON” available in the Network & Internet > Wi-Fi panel of your computer. You must also ensure that the internet connectivity is adequately secured using the Ethernet cable.
Re-adding the Wi-Fi network can also facilitate fixing the Windows 11 can’t connect to a network issue by following the process mentioned hereunder.
Step 1 - Launch the “Settings” panel followed by opening the “Network & Internet” section.
Step 2 - Go on further to open the “Wi-Fi” section followed by clicking the “Manage known networks” option.
Step 3 - Continue by clicking on the “Add network” option and then allow it to set up again.
If you choose to inch a bit closer to the internet Wi-Fi device then it may probably assist you in fixing the Windows 11 can’t connect to a network issue as it has regularly been observed that a fairly long distance between your computer and the router can pave way for the Windows 11 can’t connect to a network issue.
Quite often enabling Network-related tools may also be a crucial factor in causing Windows 11 can’t connect to a network issue. Hence, it is advisable that you disable the following different kinds of network-related tools.
You must also ensure that the network driver is updated and working well. For this, you may have to download the latest executable file of the network driver and get it installed subsequently.