If your laptop's Wi-Fi is not working properly, there are several steps you can take to fix it:
Restart your laptop and Wi-Fi router: Sometimes, a simple restart can resolve Wi-Fi connectivity issues.
Check Wi-Fi signal strength: Move closer to the Wi-Fi router and check if the signal strength improves. Sometimes, weak Wi-Fi signals can cause connectivity issues.
Check for airplane mode: Make sure that your laptop's airplane mode is not turned on. When airplane mode is enabled, Wi-Fi connectivity is disabled.
Update Wi-Fi drivers: Go to your laptop manufacturer's website and download the latest Wi-Fi drivers for your device. Install the drivers and restart your laptop.
Reset network settings: Open the Network & Internet settings on your laptop, select Wi-Fi, and then click on "Reset network." This will reset all network settings, including Wi-Fi.
Disable power saving mode: Sometimes, power-saving modes can cause Wi-Fi connectivity issues. Open the Power Options on your laptop and select the "High Performance" power plan.
Check for interference: Other devices in your house, such as microwave ovens and cordless phones, can interfere with Wi-Fi signals. Move your laptop away from such devices.
If none of the above steps work, you may need to contact your laptop manufacturer's customer support or a professional technician to get further assistance