Unable to connect to router by Wi-Fi

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Networking
Routers
Wi-Fi
After my computer 'froze' and I forced a shutdown, the icon for Wi-Fi has vanished and I am unable to connect to my router by Wi-Fi. The router is working with other Wi-Fi equipment - just not my computer. I have searched it with the home of reloading but with not success.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    What OS is there? The tag is also indicated nothing. If it is Linux, you can try to get it back by clicking start-up applications. If it is Windows 10, you can try from notification area.
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  • adelesmith21
    Thank you. I do have Windows 10 so will try that.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    On Windows 10, right click on task bar, then click properties, under notification area section- click customize.... click turn system icons on or off, on network, next just click network to make it On. click OK. Also go back previous screen, and click to turn on of network icon.

    Also click the small up arrow icon on the taskbar to view hidden icons.

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