Windows 7 laptop will not connect to Wi-Fi

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For the past several days, I haven't been able to connect to any Wi-Fi network. Either a public or home Wi-Fi. It keeps showing a limited availability message. But my wife's laptop connects just fine. What do you think the issue is? Thank you.
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  • ToddN2000
    Have you installed anything new (updates or hardware) on your computer? Has the network password changed? If it has you may need to go into the wi-fi connection and update the connection with the new password. it may also be that it is not recognizing the network card. You can follow the steps in this LINK to see if your network card is working properly.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Have you updated recently? If yes, make sure windows update the Wi-Fi driver for NIC. If you have doubt, attempt a driver rollback. Also make sure that the newest drivers for the NIC are installed properly.
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