• Wi-Fi connections are not available in Windows 10

    Roughly a week or so ago, I have to do an entire system restore on my HP laptop (that's running Windows 10). But now, I'm not seeing any Wi-Fi connections that are available when I'm logged in. When I'm logged out, they are there. Has anyone seen this before? If so, what's the solution?

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  • How do I find out the gateway IP address of a WiFi network my computer is connected to wirelessly

    How do I find out the gateway IP address of a WiFi network I am connected to on my computer, through the WiFi connection only. I do not have access to the WiFi router directly to or the admin page

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  • Can I trace all activity on cell phones and laptops if they are using my Wi-Fi?

    Would I be able to trace all activity on cell phones and laptops if they are using my Wi-Fi?

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  • Cannot connect to Internet through Wi-Fi on Windows 10 laptop

    This is pretty much a straightforward question but I need help (since I work from home). My laptop (HP) is running Windows 10 and I can't connect to the Internet through the Wi-Fi. I'm connected but none of my browsers are working. What should I look at?

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  • Should I make a relay network?

    I share an apartment with my roommate. The main modem is in the living room and the Wi-Fi isn't that good in my bedroom. So I thought of just doing an ethernet connection. But it's way too far. My thought was to make a relay network. Is that a good idea? Thank you very much

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  • How to speed up Wi-Fi connection

    My wife and I just moved into a brand new apartment. Everything is great except for one thing: The Wi-Fi speed is terrible. When I'm connected through an ethernet cable, it's pretty good but wirelessly, it's terrible. It takes a few minutes to load pages - can't get anything done. I know this is a...

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  • Wi-Fi will not connect when waking up MacBook Air

    Whenever I start up my new MacBook Air in the morning, the Wi-Fi doesn't automatically turn on when I wake it up. It's always connected to the power source. Not sure why it's always disconnecting. It's easy to connect it back to the Wi-Fi but I just want to know why this is happening.

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  • Windows 10 laptop is missing Wi-Fi adapter

    I've been updating my Toshiba laptop over the past few months and I just updated it to Windows 10. Then something wrong happened. It's no longer recognizing my Wi-Fi adapter. When I went into settings and networks menu, it's saying that there's no network adapter. But the Device Manager is showing...

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  • Water coming the Wi-Fi router

    Why is water coming from my Wi-Fi router after every 7 days?

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  • Share Wi-Fi network with my PC and share it to another PC

    How do I share my Wi-Fi wireless network with my PC and share with a Mercury MW300R to another PC?

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  • What Wi-Fi router should I choose?

    Currently, I have a Belkin for my Wi-Fi router. But I recently put in a smart TV in my bedroom and the Wi-Fi isn't too good (along with the connection). Should I upgrade my router? If so, what would everyone recommend?

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  • Laptop will not stay connected to Wi-Fi

    I'm starting to get really annoyed with my Wi-Fi / modem. When I'm on my laptop, I stay connected to the Internet for roughly an hour and then it disconnects all of a sudden. When I try to reconnect, it says: Cannot connect to this network. I restart the modem and it works for an hour and then goes...

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  • Wi-fi connection for multiple devices

    My wife and I just moved into a new apartment in our downtown area. But the complex is a bit weird because we were just told that there's Wi-Fi for each apartment specifically. But only one device can connect. Does anyone know of a workaround that we can use to have multiple devices connected to...

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  • Looking for best Wi-Fi modem for my needs

    So I'm looking to buy a Wi-Fi Modem, I'm not sure where or what to start looking for. I am going to be getting my internet from Spectrum and I believe it will be 60Mbps. It will just be me living in the house. What I will have connected to it will be my iPhone, FireStick for streaming Movies and TV...

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  • Cannot access Microsoft Outlook on Wi-Fi

    My nephew works from home (actually down the street) and is using Windows 7 / Microsoft Outlook 2007. He called me to say that he can't access Outlook from his house anymore (but everywhere else is fine - including my home). I checked the router and didn't see an issue. There are no blocked ports....

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  • What Wi-Fi provider should I look at?

    This is more a general question for all the experts. I'm moving out to a farm area in the near future. It's a pretty big house with huge walls (some with wood walls / some with concrete walls). So I'm looking at which Wi-Fi I should get. Any general tips? What providers I should look at? Any help...

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  • Sketchy Wi-Fi has popped up on my computer

    A couple of weeks ago, a new Wi-Fi signal started popping up on my computer and other devices, called, "pineapple sandwich." Ever since then, the Wi-Fi in my house has been awfully slow. I've tried multiple things (doing a factory reset, calling the internet company, and even buying a new router),...

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  • Desktop keeps disconnecting from Wi-Fi

    This issue has been bugging me all week - my desktop computer has been connecting / disconnecting from my Wi-Fi at random times. All of the other devices are working fine (two phones and two tablets). I updated my wireless driver too but it's still happening. Do you think it's the distance from the...

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  • Wi-Fi keeps turning off on Acer Windows 10 laptop

    I have an old Acer laptop but it's running Windows 10. The Wi-Fi has been working but now it's not. I recently upgraded the RAM - would that be the problem? I went into my settings and it shows the Wi-Fi is off so I turn it on. But it keeps staying off. What can I do?

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  • Wi-Fi signal fluctuates on Windows 10 computer

    I recently did the Windows 10 Creators Update. But now I noticed that my Wi-Fi signal strength is very low (and goes up and down). The speed too. I tried resetting my router and computer but no luck. How can I solve this?

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