Wi-Fi problem on Windows® 7
What are the Wi-Fi issues that can occur on Windows 7?
Windows 7 system has been equipped with Wi-Fi technology and this option of Windows 7 enables your personal computer to get connected with multiple wireless access points. This can be done just with the help of one adapter. This Wi-Fi would create an abstract layer on your WLAN hardware card and then convert it in virtual adapters. If you make use of Wi-Fi on Windows 7 system then you can connect your PC to some other PC and share multiple connections with them. This does not require more than one WLAN adapter hardware. With the help of Wi-Fi you can connect multiple networks at the same time. If you have one WLAN adapter on your PC, then Windows 7 has the ability to install a virtual device and favors the connection. Router problems and wireless card driver problems are some of the problems that occur with Wi-Fi on Windows 7 system.
Some of the tips to resolve the Wi-Fi problem on Windows 7 system are:
- Reset Wi-Fi router
- Driver update
- Use of wireless connection setting file
Reset Wi-Fi router
If you are facing problems with router, then you must check whether the Wi-Fi button of your PC is turned on. If this Wi-Fi button is turned off, then you would not be able to connect to the Wi-Fi router. That would create connection problems. Thus if your Wi-Fi is not working properly, you would have to reset your Wi-Fi router. By doing so you would be able to stay connected with your PC without any troubles.
Sometimes, the wireless card drivers on your Windows 7 system may get corrupted, and which in turn would create issues in connecting with Wi-Fi. Thus it is necessary to update the drivers of your Wi-Fi network by using some driver updating tool. You can also make use of the manufacturer's website and update your driver. If you are facing troubles, you should seek the help of a technical support provider.
In order to solve the Wi-Fi problem on Windows 7 system, you can use the Windows 7 wireless connection setting file. For that, you would have to first download Windows 7 wireless connection setting file. Then go to the 'Control Panel' located on the 'Start' menu, and click on the administrative tools. After that, click on 'Task Scheduler' followed by 'Import task'. By doing so you would get the Wi-Fi(stop) option and you can click on it.
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