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Sometimes   in  a scenario  where  you  turn on  your  laptop  but  only to  find out  that you can not connect,   then you may want to ask  yourself ” Why does my  wifi  option  is  not  turning  on”

If you read on to the end of the topic you will know why and the easiest way to solve this problem.

Why Does My Laptop Wi-Fi Option is Not Turning On

  1. The wifi card is  damaged
  2. Are you using a pirated operating system or is the driver up
  3. Are you using the right and compatible wifi driver on your laptop?
  4. Maybe you having Battery fluctuation

1.) The wifi card being damaged

Your laptop wifi option is not turning on might be due to the wifi card being damaged, see, in some laptops there is a removable card that comes with them that is responsible for the function of wifi,  so if the card is damaged, then your laptop wifi may options may not work.

Solution

So, here is what you can do,  try to check your laptop thoroughly and see if that is the cause of the problem,  if so,   open up your laptop gently,  better still, you can go to the technician to help you remove it and insert a  new or different one of the same compatibility since this type of problem is common one  HP laptops, you may want to get the drivers from their site.

2.)  Are you using a pirated operating system or is the driver up?

You may get this problem if the operating system you are using is a  pirated one, other reasons include: your system motherboard gets a problem. Or if your laptop wifi driver is not up to date.

 Solution

Make sure you are not using a  pirated operating system,  you also want to make sure that  UEFI /BIO is updated.

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3.) Are you using the right and compatible wifi driver on your laptop?

Another thing that causes your laptop wifi not to work is if you are not using the right driver,  the driver is very important its the map for an operating system device to understand the device and its functionality,    that is why you want to always make sure that your laptop drivers are compatible with the hardware in your laptop if not it won’t work.

So if your driver doesn’t match with your hardware then I will not work. You have to choose the right drivers for your hardware.

Why Does My Laptop Wi-Fi Option is Not Turning On 
Why Does My Laptop Wi-Fi Option is Not Turning On

 4.) Maybe you having Battery fluctuation

Battery fluctuation issue is common, especially on Dell laptops,  here is how to solve this problem in case your laptop wifi option is not turning on,  follow this easy guide whenever you wanna do it.

How to Solve the Del laptop wifi Option not turning on:  the battery Power fluctuation problem.

  •  The first thing you want to do is to open up the RUN app on your laptop to do this press and hold the  Windows  Key and then press the  R key,    then the  Run app should pop up.
  •     In the  Run  Box, type (devmt.msc) ,  and then press   Enter.

Quick Note

If the  Account Control window appears,  click  Yes.

  •  Device  manager Open  Up  >>
  •  Click  the  arrow to  the   left  of  Human  Interface Devices
  •  Right-click   Airplane Mode Switch  Collection and then select Disable device.
  • Right-click airplane mode switch collection and then select Enable device.
  • Now,  Check if the wifi can be turned on now if not let’s proceed even further.
  •  The  next  thing   to do  is  in the  Device  Manager Window
  • Click  the  arrow  to  the  left of  network  adapters
  • Right-click your wireless network  adapter

Quick Note here

The description should also include the word Wireless,  and then select Properties.

  •  Click the power management tab and  UNCHECK  the box next to  ( ALLOW  the computer to turn off this device to save power).
  •  Click   Ok to save the changes.
  • Restart the computer, check if airplane  Mode can be turned off and wifi can be turned on.

Why Does My Laptop Wi-Fi Option is Not Turning On: Conclusion

The  4 reasons why might be the  fact that :

  1. The wifi card is  damaged
  2. Are you using a pirated operating system or is the driver up
  3. Are you using the right and compatible wifi driver on your laptop?
  4. Maybe you having Battery fluctuation

    Conclusion

Hope this post helps you and if you have any question comment or anything concerning this topic please feel free to leave them in the comment section below. Please use the social buttons to share this post with others thanks.

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