How to Fix “No Wi-Fi Available on Windows 10” Problem

Learn How to Fix “No Wi-Fi Available on Windows 10” Problem

Microsoft has unveiled the full build version of windows 10, and most of you are already experiencing windows 10 on your windows PC. If you’ve not yet upgraded to windows 10, you can simply go to Microsoft official website and do your upgrade.



The windows 10 operating system comes with loads of amazing features which includes cortana, and so many other great features which I already noted before. Read about windows 10 here.

Assuming you’ve already upgraded to windows 10, and you are facing the “No Wi-Fi Available on Windows 10” issue whenever you try to connect a Wi-Fi network, then you don’t need to panic. Stay calm as I walk you through this guide.



 How to Fix “No Wi-Fi Available on Windows 10” Problem

1.       Firstly, click on the start menu and open command prompt as admin, then run the below command and press Enter;
reg delete HKCR\CLSID\{988248f3-a1ad-49bf-9170-676cbbc36ba3} /va /f

2.       After that, run this other command below and press Enter;

netcfg -v -u dni_dne

3.       Once you’ve successfully run the above commands, then close the command prompt windows and restart your computer.

That’s it. Once your computer is rebooted, the issue would no longer exist on your computer anymore. Simply go to the Wi-Fi icon any connect to any network you wish to use.

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