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Wi-Fi Connectivity Problems after windows 10 update (solved)

Finally Microsoft Rollout the windows 10 update to all users. This is a big update that comes with lots of New Features, Security Improvements, bug fixes and improvements on Existing features, etc. Genuine Windows users Automatically Get The Windows 10 November 2021 update.  Overall it’s a Great update, But it appears that not everyone is having a smooth upgrade, as some users are experiencing a few problems after installing the new version. After upgrading to Windows 10 Some users reported bugs and features not working, including Wi-Fi Connectivity Problems.

After installing the windows 10 update, users have issues with Slow WiFi Speed, Connection Disconnects frequently, others have reported being unable to connect to a wireless network. If you are also suffering from Wi-Fi Connectivity Problems, No Internet connection issue Here apply the below solutions to get rid of this.

Fix Wi-Fi Connectivity Problems on Windows 10

The reason behind this Wi-Fi connectivity issue might just be a problem with the Windows 10 November 2021 Update itself, sometimes there are other factors that can cause connectivity issues. During the upgrade process, the driver for the Wi-Fi adapter might have got corrupted. The installed network Adapter Driver is not compatible with the current version on Windows or You probably don’t have installed the latest driver, which happened to work with the previous version, but it doesn’t work with the new release. There could be some configuration problems, corrupted system files, and a number of other things. Let’s apply bellow solutions below to fix Internet and Wi-Fi Connectivity Problems on Windows 10 version 21H2.

Basic Network Troubleshooting

First Restart your modem and wireless router. This helps create a new connection to your Internet service provider (ISP). You can Do this By unplugging the power cable for the router, modem from the power source. Wait at least 30 seconds or so then Plug the modem and Router back into the power source. Wait a few minutes for the modem and router to fully power on.

Try to Disable And Re-enable WiFi Network Adapter by pressing Win + R, type ncpa.cpl hit the enter key. Here select and right-click on active WiFi Network Adapter, Then click Disable. Wait flew minute or Restart windows again open the network and sharing center and enable the adapter which previously you disabled.

Generate a Wireless network report which helps to diagnose the problem, or at least provides you with more information. you can do this by opening the Command prompt as administrator then typing netsh wlan show WLAN report hit enter key to execute the command.

Also, check there is not a problem with your cable modem or Internet service provider (ISP). You can check connectivity with the ping command. for this open command prompt type ipconfig and hit enter key, Now Note down the default gateway address ( basically it’s Again press Win + R type Ping -t ( Ping your default gateway -t )

Reply from bytes=32 time=5ms TTL=64

Reply from bytes=32 time=5ms TTL=64

Reply from bytes=32 time=5ms TTL=64

Reply from bytes=32 time=5ms TTL=64

If you are getting a different result then there is a problem with connectivity, so first, check your cable connection.

Run Network Adapter troubleshooter

Windows 10 have A inbuilt Network Adapter troubleshooting Tool, Which helps to find and fix network and internet connection problems itself. Before Applying any solutions manually we recommend To Run the Network Adapter troubleshooting tool and letting windows fix the problem itself.

To use the Network Adapter troubleshooter, use the following steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Update & security.
  3. Next Click on Troubleshoot.
  4. Select Network Adapter, and click Run the troubleshooter.

This will open the Network Adapter troubleshooting popup, Select the network adapter you want to fix, in this case, select the radio button Wi-Fi and click next to proceed with the troubleshooting.

wifi network adapter Troubleshooting

The troubleshooter will find and try to fix the Wi-Fi problem on your device. After the process completes, open your web browser and try to connect online. If everything is working again, you’re all done. If it’s still not working, try the following method.

Completely reset a Wi-Fi adapter

With Windows 10 November 2021 update includes a handy tool that removes, reinstall all your network adapters, and resets all the networking components to its default settings, which can help to fix slow speeds or Different problems trying to connect online.

And Reset your Wi-Fi adapter is a very easy task, do the following:

Click on Windows 10 Start menu, click the settings icon to open it then click on Network & Internet then click on status. Here scroll down and look for the Network Reset link As shown below image, click on it.

Network reset link

A New Network reset Windows will open Here click on Reset Now Button As shown below image to completely Reset the Network Adapter settings To default setting. After That Restart windows To take effect the changes, now check the Internet or Wi-Fi Connectivity Problem resolved.

Note: After Network Reset You’ll need to manually reconnect to any Wi-Fi network, which may require entering a password.

Network reset windows 10

Update a Wi-Fi adapter driver

If After Run Network Adapter Troubleshooting Tool and Perform Network Reset Still Experiencing Internet or Wi-Fi Connectivity Problems, Then you need to look On Wi-Fi Network Adapter Drivers. After Recent Upgrade May the Installed Network Adapter driver is not compatible with the current windows version, Or the wifi Driver is corrupted, etc. This Cause you can Try Roll Back Driver option or install/ Update the latest network adapter driver.

Roll Back Driver option

The Roll Back Driver option is very useful to fix driver Related issues, Especially if a recent driver upgrade is causing a problem on windows, You can go back to the previously installed driver version by using Roll Back Driver option. For this Press Win + R, type devmgmt.msc, and hit the enter key. On Device manager expand Network Adapters, right-click on your Wi-Fi adapter, and select properties. Then move to Driver Tab you will find Rollback Driver.

WiFi Roll Back Driver option

Click on Rollback Driver, This will ask for confirmation click yes and wait flew minute to complete the rollback process. Then after restarting windows to take effect, Now check with the old WiFi Network adapter driver Internet / WiFi Connectivity issue is resolved.

Update WiFi Adapter Driver

Also If the Roll Back Driver option does not work for you, then You can resolve this issue by downloading and installing the latest driver from the network adapter manufacturer’s support website.

First visit the Device Manufacturer website ( For Ex if you have a laptop then visit dell, HP, Acces, or Lenovo, or if you have a desktop then check the motherboard model and visit the motherboard manufacturer website for downloading the latest drivers. When you are ready with the latest WiFi driver version, simply open Device manager by pressing Win + X on Keyboard and selecting Device Manager.

This will Display all installed Driver lists, Here expand Network Adapters, Right-click your Wi-Fi Adapter, and select update driver software.

Update network driver

Next Click Browse my computer for driver software. Here Click Browse to locate the adapter driver path which you download previously. Next Check the Include subfolder option. Click Next to complete the task and install the new driver.

update driver software manually

Sometimes, when nothing works, you can also try an even older version of the Wi-Fi adapter driver, such as those designed for Windows 8.1 or Windows 7, which may fix the problem.

Change Settings in Power Management Tab

Also, Laptop Users Suggest changing the Settings on the power management Tab, help to fix the WiFi Disconnect issue. To do this again open Device manager, Expand Network Adapter then Right-click your Wi-Fi Adapter and select properties. Here move to the power management tab and uncheck the option Allow The Computer to turn off this device to save power. Click Apply, Ok, And Restart windows To take the changes effectively.

Change Settings in Power Management Tab

Rollback to the previous version

If After applying All the above solutions you’re still having connectivity issues, then chances are there may be a bug inside the new version of Windows 10 or with the network adapter, and you may need to wait until there is an update for the adapter or the OS. As a last resort, you can go back to the previous version of Windows 10 until the Wi-Fi problem is resolved.

To uninstall Windows 10 November 2021 Update, And Revert back to the previous windows version open Settings -> Update & Security -> Then click on Recovery -> Next click on the Get started button under Go back to an earlier build section.

Go back to the previous version of windows 10

The process will start, and you will be asked some questions for information purposes, as to why you are going back to the previous build of Windows 10.

The options are:

  • My apps or devices don’t work on this build
  • Earlier builds seemed easier to use
  • Earlier builds seemed faster
  • Earlier builds seemed more reliable
  • For another reason – Tell them more.

Select the option and follow the on-screen Instructions to Roll Back to the previous version of Windows 10. Hope This time Network and Wi-Fi Connection Problem gets resolved.

These are some best working solutions to fix No Internet connection, Wi-Fi Frequently Disconnects, and Different Wi-Fi Connectivity Problems After Upgrade To Windows 10 update. I hope after applying these solutions Different Wi-Fi Connectivity Problems are get solved. Still, have any queries, or suggestions Feel Free to discuss the below comments.

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