Reason and Solutions of Lenovo Laptop not connecting to WiFi

Why is my Lenovo laptop not connecting to WiFi?

You have used the Lenovo laptop for many other purposes, and in some tasks, you need a smooth internet to complete them. But due to some error, Lenovo laptop WiFi is not working, and your work stops. The error can occur due to such causes in your Lenovo laptop, which are mentioned below.

  • Sometimes on your laptop, airplane mode is enabled.
  • Internet service may not respond
  • Check if the driver is correctly installed or not.
  • The wireless driver is of an old version or needs to be updated.
  • The Internet adapter or card is not connected correctly or can be dead, so buy a new one.

How can I fix the issues of the Lenovo laptop not connecting to WiFi?

You can fix the issues of the Lenovo laptop not connecting to WiFi with the help of the technical method mentioned below in bullet points for better understanding.

  • Open your laptop and go to start, then click on it.
  • Go to the control panel and search for the network and internet.
  • Click on the network and sharing center on the network and internet page.
  • After that, open the change adapter settings and right-click on the network adaptor, then select properties.
  • Now tap on the internet protocol 4 [ TCP / IPV4]
  • Last, click on properties and choose the following DNS server addresses. ,
  • Finally, select the ok button and close the window.

Your problem has been fixed, and you can proceed to connect to the internet further.  

How do I enable the wireless adapter of my Lenovo laptop?

Click the windows button and R letter together on your keyboard to open the run box.
After that, type devmgmt.msc and click ok.
Now double-click on network adapters and right-click on the wireless network adapter, then choose the enable button to enable the device.
At last, restart your laptop, and you can see that your internet WiFi is working smoothly.

How can I Update the wireless network driver?

  • You can update the wireless network driver on your laptop. For that, you just have to search for the device manager on the search box available on the taskbar.
  • After that, the device manager will pop up on the screen, expand the network adapters settings, and locate the network adaptor for your preferred device.
  • Now you must select the network adapter and choose the update driver.
  • Finally, the system will search automatically for updated driver software.
  • You can now follow the on-screen instruction and complete the process, that you have got the updated wireless network driver on your system.

How do I add a wireless network manually?

  • First, go to the network sound or battery icons at the right end of the taskbar of your laptop screen.
  • But it will show you the disconnected icon if the WiFi is disconnected.
  • On the WiFi, quick settings, choose the manage WiFi connection option.
  • Now select the WiFi network, then click on connect button.
  • At last, tap on the network password and then choose next.

You can connect with the Lenovo customer service team for further information regarding general or technical issues.

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