How to Repair Wi-Fi Issues After Upgrading to the Windows 10 Creators Update?
No Wi-Fi issue is as common as “No Audio after upgrading to Windows 10 creators update” problem.
In my previous blog I’ve discussed about the audio driver incompatibility and tried to solve the audio problem with the help of some fixes.
Same as that, in this blog we will discuss about some common causes and fixes for “Wi-Fi Issues After Upgrading to Creators Update” problem.
Common Causes of No Wi-Fi issues are:
- Hardware Malfunctioning
- Faulty Network configuration
- Outdated Wireless network card drivers
- Damaged WiFi router
- Network account
Along with above discussed causes there are many other reasons available that can affect Windows 10 WiFi connection.
How to Fix Wi-Fi Issues After Upgrading to Creators Update?
Simply follow the below given fixes and make your system Wi-Fi enabled
Network Adapter troubleshooter:
- Go to the Settings.
- Click on the Update & security and then on Troubleshoot.
- Choose Network Adapter, and click Run the troubleshooter.
- Select what type of network adapter you want to troubleshoot, in this case Wi-Fi.
- Click on the Next to begin the process.
Windows troubleshooter will automatically find and fix the Wi-Fi problem on your system/Laptop.
Reset a Wi-Fi adapter
With the help of Windows 10’s inbuilt tool you can do uninstall/install all your network adapters.
It also allows to resets all the networking components to its default settings.
This will help to fix slow internet speed or Wi-Fi Issues After Upgrading to Creators Update.
Reset your Wi-Fi adapter:
- Go to the Settings and click on Network & Internet.
- Click on the Status and then click Network reset link and then click on the Reset now button.
- Select Yes to confirm and after it Close and reboot your computer.
Also Participate in Microsoft’s Discussion on WiFi issue, visit: https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-networking/wifi-issues-with-creators-update/4a20ba4f-33dc-4397-9823-e12dcb2607ba
Disabling the Power Management
By disabling some specific option in Power Management of Device Manager one can provide more power for the network card on their computer or laptop.
- Right click the Start button and choose the Device Manager.
- Click on the Network adapters to expand its entry.
- Go to your wireless network adapter and click on it.
- Choose Properties.
- Select the Power Management tab.
- Uncheck the “Allow the computer to turn off this device” to save power and Click OK.
Update a Wi-Fi adapter driver
Outdated drivers can generate this type of situation,
if you are unable to connect to the internet with your Windows 10 system…..
…then you need to make sure that adapter driver is updated or not.
In order to update this driver you need to download and install the latest driver from the network adapter manufacturer’s support website.
If you want to do this task automatically then you need a professional driver updater tool.
This tool will allow you to deal with all types of driver issues related to Windows 10.
Instead of calling any professional simply apply this software and easily update all kinds of system drivers.