- Use the built-in troubleshooter: Run the Internet Connection or Network Adapter troubleshooter to scan and fix common network problems in Windows 11.
- Manually enable Wi-Fi adapter: If the Wi-Fi option is missing, go to Network and Sharing Center, click on Change adapter settings, right-click on the Wi-Fi adapter, and select Enabled.
- Update network adapter drivers: Install the latest drivers for your Wi-Fi device by going to Device Manager, expanding Network adapters, right-clicking on your Wi-Fi device, and selecting Update driver.
Your Windows 11 computer may not show a Wi-Fi connectivity option due to various reasons. Corrupt Wi-Fi drivers, hardware issues, and even problems with the Windows OS can be the potential causes for this problem. You may also notice frequent Wi-Fi connection drops.
Here are a few troubleshooting steps to help you fix the Wi-Fi not working problem in Windows 11.
1. Run the Internet Connection Troubleshooter
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