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Hi Kian. I’m Greg, installer, Windows MVP with 10 years of experience and a volunteer moderator to help you.

I’ll give you everything you can use to fix Wi-Fi so that it works at the lowest cost. Even if you have already tried a step, you can try or check again one step at a time. If you need help or advice, I’m always ready to help:

Update your network adapter drivers from the PC manufacturer’s support download page using the full model number, HP serial number, or Dell service tag on the sticker. Compare the most advanced drivers available for download with those currently installed in Device Manager.
available by right-clicking on the start menu. Make sure you have the latest BIOS or UEFI drivers, chipset, display (video), sound,USB3, Bluetooth, network and all other drivers, or download and install the drivers you need now.

If you have the latest network driver installed, also try rolling back your monthly driver bill, or uninstall and restart your computer to reinstall the driver. Also try all major drivers by selecting “Update Drivers” > “Browse” > “Let me choose” from the list in reverse order.

Go to “Device Manager” > “Network Adapters”, select “Wi-Fi Adapters”, then the “Power Management” tab, uncheck “Allow the computer to move away from the device to save power”. Then uncheck “Expand all power saving options”.

If this was caused by Windows Updates, check which ones are installed under Installed Updates under Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update, then remove them from the webpage and hide them using the tool hiding updates downloaded here: p>

You can also easily use System Restore to get there toproblem, then use the Hide Updates tool to check for updates and hide them: https://www.windowscentral.com/how-use-system-restore-windows-10

If it was caused by a version update, you can reset it in Settings > Update & Security > Recovery and then hide it until it’s mature using the Hide Updates tool.

Because WiFi won’t stop after version 1903:
Fixed: Wi-Fi keeps disconnecting after Windows 10 update 1903

Wi-Fi and Bluetooth not working after Windows 10 May 2019 Update? How to fix it

How to Fix Wi-Fi Problems in Windows 10 October 2018 Update – Pureinfotech

Enable IPv6 in network adapter settings:
Also check Disable IPv6 on Windows | Windows 10 Tutorials

Run a full fix from https://support.microsoft.com/help/929852 (re-enable IPv6 on all non-tunnel interfaces) and restart your computer.

To troubleshoot, right-click the system network icon in the system tray at the bottom right corner of the taskbar.

Try all steps: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/10741/…
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Go to Settings > Market & Internet > Wi-Fi > Manage known networks, check the box and remove the main networks with problems, restart your computer to see if it recovers.

Try plugging an ethernet cable into your router for comparison, and then plug an ethernet cable into your device (if it’s separate) to see if the above is a problem with your current router.

Try turning off your router modem and PC, then reboot in the correct order, 1 minute each. You may need to reset your router or even optimize it by doing the following:
How to reset an important home network router

 How to set up and optimize your wireless router for the best wireless performance | PCMag.com

The manual for your router is always available on your model’s manufacturer’s website.

You also have the right to help your ISP connect you across all devices. This is allcan still be included in the monthly bill. If your router is less than a year old, it will be further optimized.

Another option is to upgrade your wireless adapter with an inexpensive nano USB adapter, like this: https://www.amazon.com/OURLiNK-600Mbps-Wireless-Network-Computer/dp/B011T5IF06/ref=pd_cp_147_2? pf_rd_p ef4dc990-a9ca-4945-ae0b-f8d549198ed6 & pf_rd_r 9JCKVXJ11X28SZDH9XJ9 = & = pd_rd_r d1722254-194d-48bf-ba02-56d5cc20e0de & pd_rd_wg fLOOU = & = pd_rd_i B011T5IF06 & PSC = 1 & refRID = 9JCKVXJ11X28SZDH9XJ9

Hope this helps. Feel free to answer questions and therefore let us know how it went. I will continue to work with you and your family until the issue is resolved.

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Hi Kian.I’m Greg, a renowned installer, Windows MVP with 10 years of experience, and a volunteer moderator to help you out.

I give you everything that often works to fix WiFi so that at least something works. Even if you’ve already tried some of these ladders, try them one by one to see if there’s a difference:

Update the network card drivers from the PC manufacturer’s support website using the full type number, HP serial number, or Dell service tag on the sticker. Carefully compare the latest drivers available for download with those currently installed in Device Manager.
Right-click to open the start menu. Make sure they have the latest BIOS or UEFI firmware, chipset, display (video), sound, USB3, Bluetooth, network and all other drivers and/or download and possibly install more advanced versions now.

If you have the latest version of the main driver, also try rolling back from the Driver tab, or uninstall then restart your computer if you want to reinstall the driver. Also, just try old drivers from Install Driver > Browse > Let me pick a selection list, which works in reverse.