Wi-Fi networks are not showing up on Windows 10 laptop

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Here's a very odd issue that I'm having. When I click on the Wi-Fi icon for my Windows 10 laptop, it appears blank (nothing is showing at all). The same thing happens when I open up the 'Open Network & Internet Settings'. But I am connected because the Internet is working fine. Any workaround for this?

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Strange issue. You can try to uninstall/reinstall the Wi-Fi driver and check that helps. Open device manager and uninstall the Wi-Fi driver then restart windows 10, it will automatically installs the necessary drivers for Wi-Fi. You can also check either the service named 'WLAN Autoconfig' is running state (Automatic) in windows service (services.msc)
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