Windows 10 PC is not showing Wi-Fi networks

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My PC is running Windows 10 and has an external Wi-Fi adapter. It's been working great until recently. Now, the Wi-Fi icon is not appearing and when I go into settings, it says there's no Wi-Fi. But when I check the Wi-Fi adapter software, I can see all of my networks. Any suggestions on what I should do here?

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  • Subhendu Sen
    "It's been working great until recently", then the Wi-Fi icon disappeared, so is there any update that you have done either on windows/software? Is the overall performance of the system is OK? You can uninstall the driver of Wi-Fi and reinstall the same after reboot.
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  • ToddN2000
    Provide details on the hardware like the make and model of the external adapter. Double check all the connections to make sure nothing has loosened up or got bumped.
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