I has wifi problem

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My card wifi have problem. It not shows me the lines to see the speed nor connect to networks.
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If you are trying to connect to your own wi-fi network, try rebooting the router  and/or modem. Sometimes these get knocked of line for some bizarre reason. A simple reboot of the network usually will fix it. If not you can always try running network troubleshooter.  If you have a Windows 10 machine here is the link to their troubleshooting page

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  • TheRealRaven
    What "card"? What device is it in? What OS is running, possibly including any service levels?

    There are hundreds of possibilities with perhaps thousands of combinations and configurations of all ages. A clear description of the problem environment is necessary before guesses become reasonable.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    More information is needed. What type of card is there? Have you asked your provider ? Is driver installed properly?
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  • ToddN2000
    What kind of device? If it's a PC then your wifi adapter may have gotten disabled. It may also be a hardware issue. It could be the card or the router. Can any other devices connect using the same wifi? 

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Moreover, What type of OS is there ? Is this your office/ for personal use? Have you asked the provider for this issue? Check f the WiFi driver is shown in Device Manager (for Windows).
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  • ToddN2000
    I've had my adapter get disable for some reason on occasion with both of the ISP I have had over the years. if you still cannot connect try this. The Wi-Fi adapter can be enabled in the Control Panel, click on the Network and Sharing Center option, then click on the Change adapter settings link in the left navigation pane. Right-click on the Wi-Fi adapter and select Enable. Hope that resolves your issue.

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