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'''Step 1: Reinstall Wireless Adapter Driver'''

1) On your keyboard, press the '''Windows key''' and '''X''' at the same time, then choose '''Device Manager'''.

2) Locate and expand '''Network adapters''' option.

3) Then right click the wireless network adapter you have and choose '''Uninstall device'''.

4) When the confirm window appears, hit the '''Uninstall''' button to continue.

5) Now, navigate to the top bar and click the icon for '''Scan for hardware changes'''.

6) Your HP laptop will start to reinstall the wireless network adapter driver for you. When the process finishes, close Device Manager and '''restart''' your laptop.

7) After the restart, try Wi-Fi connection again. If the problem remains, skip to Step 2.

== '''Step 2: Update Wireless Adapter Driver''' ==

The following instructions require an workable Internet connection. We recommend you use '''Driver Easy''' '''Offline Scan'''feature to locate the correct driver for your wireless adapter first.

1) On your keyboard, press '''Windows key''' and '''X''' at the same time, then choose '''Device Manager'''.

2) Locate and expand '''Network adapters''' option.

3) Then right click the wireless network adapter you have and choose '''Update driver'''.

4) Select '''Search automatically for updated driver software'''.

5) Your PC will start the search for you. The process could take some time.

If newer driver cannot be found in this way, it is suggested that you go to HP website or the manufacturer of your wireless adapter (in our case, Realtek) and locate the driver by yourself.

If you are but a computer novice and have zero idea how to update your Wi-Fi adapter driver, we recommend '''Driver Easy'''. It’s a tool that detects, downloads and (if you '''go pro''') installs drivers your laptop needs.

It also helps you find the correct network adapter driver with it '''Offline Scan''' feature.

With Driver Easy, the process of updating driver narrows down to only two clicks: first on the '''Scan Now''' button, second on the '''Update'''button. The correct driver will be downloaded and you can install them as you want – either manually via Windows or automatically with '''Driver Easy Pro'''.

=== '''Step 3: Check and Rest Hardware Settings''' ===

1) Turn off your laptop first. Disconnect all external devices, such as printers, keyboard, mouse or second monitor. Unplug the AC adapter. Remove the battery.

2) Press the power button on your laptop for at least 15 seconds.

3) Unplug the power cord for your wireless router or modem. If your network includes a separate broadband modem, unplug its power cord as well.

4) Wait for 5 seconds, then plug the cord(s) back. The light should be all on. If only the power light is on and the Internet light blinks on and off, there might be some problem with the ISP (Internet Service Provide) and you may need to contact them for greater details.

5) Insert the battery in your laptop and plug the AC adapter. Do not plug in the external devices just yet.

6) Power on your laptop. Use the arrow key to choose '''Start Windows Normally''' and hit '''Enter''' key.

7) When you log into the desktop normally, right click the network icon on the tray section and choose '''Open Network and Sharing Center'''.

8) Then choose '''Change adapter settings'''.

9) Check the status of your network connection. If you see the status of it is '''Disable''', right click your wireless connection and choose '''Enable'''.

== '''Final Option: Refresh or Reset Windows 10''' ==

If your laptop was able to connect to your wireless network just fine, but not now, you may need to consider restoring your Windows 10, back to the date when wireless networking was working well.

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