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This blog describes about Wi-Fi connectivity issues faced by Lenovo Laptop users and the ways to resolve them. By this blog, Lenovo Laptop users will be able to resolve their Wi-Fi connectivity issues.
Facing trouble in connecting to a wireless network in Windows 7, 8, or 10. We hope that your wireless network is active and works properly. Then check your cable connections, modem, and router configuration. Then check whether you can access your wireless network with another device? Then look at your Windows desktop. Do you see a wireless icon in the notification area? Also, check for hidden icons.
If you are unable to see the wireless icon then your Wi-Fi adapter is not correctly installed or it may be disabled in the BIOS. Enter into your BIOS and enable your Wireless LAN. For your PC model go to support.lenovo.com by downloading and installing the latest wireless LAN drivers. When you see the icon your Wi-Fi is really turned on. Check whether the Airplane mode is switched off and the Wi-Fi is switched on. In Windows 7, right-click on the power icon by clicking Turn wireless on, in the Windows Mobility Center.
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For your wireless network make sure to have the correct name and password. Your Wi-Fi adapter is active. If you cannot connect or are able to browse the Internet then the first thing you should do is Network Troubleshooting by right-clicking on the wireless icon and select Troubleshoot problems. If this doesn’t work, then you try something more advanced. Try resetting the TCP/IP Stack. For that right-click on the command prompt and choose Run as Administrator. Then type the command netsh int ip reset c:\restlog.txt and press Enter.
Your laptop can have a wireless home gateway or an actual Access Point. You need to test for network connectivity after performing each step.
Verify that the operating system is being seen by the network adapter
Check whether Network Adapter appears on Microsoft Windows Manager. See whether the Mini-PCI information table is installed on your network card.
Verify that your Airplane mode is off and that the radio is enabled
Without the Device Manager showing any problems, the transmitter of the wireless card may be disabled.
Check the Security and SSID (the network name of the wireless network you are connecting to) settings
The use of the WEP or WPA-PSK/WPA-2-PSK key is the most common security setting. Use alphanumeric keys to create a password for a secure connection. In a wireless profile, your computer key must match exactly with what you have entered into the wireless router/Access Point. If your SSID/Network has special characters then try removing those to see if you can then reconnect.
Verify that for the adapter the most recent driver is installed
To ensure proper functioning follow the installation instructions provided with the driver. It is necessary to uninstall the current driver by selecting Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs or Programs and Features, then reboot, and reinstall the latest driver package.
Check for a wireless signal having interference/low strength
A relative signal strength is shown in the graph having the most wireless management program. It could be a sign of a low signal when the graph is low and is shown by red or yellow. To achieve an acceptable connection it may be necessary to either relocate the wireless router/Access Point or the wireless system itself.
The reason behind poor performance or connection drops is the interference of other radio sources with the wireless connection such as the usage of 2.4GHz cordless phones, other wireless routers/Access. Physical structures such as metal bearings and load-bearing walls obstruct your Wi-Fi connectivity. Check your internet connection by connecting it with your Wi-Fi hotspot.
Verify the updation of wireless router/Access Point firmware is done
Your new firmware updates could solve issues with your wireless router/Access Point. This is more true for your equipment which is a few years old running on the original firmware. To perform an update you need to consult the equipment manufacturer’s product documentation or website for details and instructions.
Vendors will often add features to improve their product of wireless router/Access Points. Unfortunately, with all wireless hardware extra features are not always compatible. Regarding your possible need and for disabling the features, you need to consult the product documentation or manufacturer’s website for the wireless router/Access Point.
Verify whether the proper installation of TCP/IP (or other appropriate protocol) is done
Using diagnostics verify the functioning of hardware
Latest Service Packs of Operating System or Network Client should be installed
It is necessary to install Service Packs for either the operating system or for any other additional clients that need to be installed. For free downloads contact the software vendor.
Hope this blog will be useful for Lenovo Laptop users who face issues with Wi-Fi connectivity. We hope Lenovo Laptop users will follow the steps mentioned to resolve their Wi-Fi connectivity issues. If you are not able to resolve this issue, then book your schedule for home Service at just one Click on www.nsslaptopservicecenter.com
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