Enabling Wi-Fi on your ASUS laptop
I’ll write right away that this article is not about how to connect, but how to turn on Wi-Fi (some write wi fi, wi-fi) on an asus laptop.
Please do not be confused and this applies to all models, including n61j, eee pc, k53s, k50c, 4000, k55v, k53t, r50c, x54h, x53u, a52j, k52j or a3000.
To enable Wi-Fi (Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi) on an ASUS laptop, adapter drivers must be installed on it.
Only they must be “native”. otherwise nothing will come of your idea.
Where to download the original Wi-Fi drivers and how to install it in more detail with pictures is described here. so we close this question. there is no need for problems.
Most asus laptops have a button on the side of the case (but not all). Usually it digs in in the place indicated below in the picture.
Only because the models are constantly updated, other places are NOT excluded (read the instructions).
Sometimes the lever can be in such a place that it is difficult to imagine, as if it were hidden. look carefully.
Only, even if you turn on this button (often combined with Bluetooth), Wi-Fi may NOT work. For some reason, developers program more keys to launch. This is mainly FnF2, but there may be others. f1. f12.
It’s also a good idea to inspect the keyboard for buttons with an antenna icon. They, together with Fn, turn on Wi-Fi. Look at the photo below.
Universal fast way to turn on Wi-Fi on asus laptop
All that is described above are standard ways to enable Wi-Fi on various models of asus laptops, and what to do if they are unable to solve the problem and why?
The fact is that if you buy an asus laptop with a preinstalled windows 7, Windows 8, vista or XP operating system (the latter two are not on sale today), then the developers install all the drivers, components (software) on their own and test them.
Then the options described above are quite workable. Installing the operating system on your asus laptop yourself. you lose all this and the process may NOT work.
If you have such a case, then go to this page, download and install a special program (drivers for the Wi-Fi adapter will be installed).
Then (after installing and starting the program) you can enable or disable Wi-Fi (if you have native drivers) with just one click, without any buttons and keys.
That’s probably all you can say, but it will turn on Wi-Fi as I wrote above It does not mean to connect, so I will briefly describe this process.
In the tray, click on the “networks” icon and click on the term “network control center.”. On the left side there is an option “control wireless networks”
Going there, click “add” and choose your option to a computer or the Internet. we fill in all the places by clicking further at the bottom and confirm “OK”.
This is, of course, a very simplified description of how to connect Wi-Fi on an asus laptop to a network or a second PC, but you can figure it out, but there will be questions. the “comments” option to your servants. Good luck.
Hello! Wi-Fi stopped working on my ASUS k52j laptop. When I turned it on earlier, a sign appeared on the screen. Now he is gone. Sets are not looking. With firewood, all the rules. What could be the reason?
In order NOT to search for the cause for a long time, use recovery (return the system to the moment when Wi-Fi was working). Then you will definitely find out a software error or a problem with the adapter at the physical level.
Hello! I have an asus eee pc laptop, I turn on Wi-Fi, but for some reason it looks for networks
How to turn on Wi-Fi in Windows 10 if there is no Wi-Fi button?
In this issue we will try to figure out how to enable Wi-Fi in Windows 10 if there is no Wi-Fi button. Where to look for the wireless network settings to enable Wi-Fi and why there is such a problem. I’ll tell you about the error “Could not find wireless devices on this computer” in Windows 10.
I must say right away that when you cannot find “Wi-Fi” on your laptop (there are power buttons, there is an item in the settings, etc.), then most likely that you simply do not have a driver for Wi-Fi installed, in you have a Wi-Fi receiver, or it is turned off.
Let’s figure it out in detail.
So the crux of the problem:
The whole problem is that we cannot connect to a Wi-Fi network on Windows 10. I already wrote a detailed article on connecting to Wi-Fi. But, when we open the connection management window, then there simply are buttons for controlling the Wi-Fi adapter.
If we go to the settings, to the network parameters, then there is no way to find the “Wi-Fi” item. And on the Airplane mode tab, we will see the highlighted error “Could not find wireless devices on this computer”.
Such a problem may mean that:
- Your computer just physically has a Wi-Fi receiver. If you have a laptop, it must have a built-in wireless adapter. On a computer, you can use an external Wi-Fi receiver. If you are sure that your computer has Wi-Fi (you used it before to install Windows 10, looked at the specifications, connected an external receiver, etc.), then you need to check other reasons.
- The driver is not installed on the Wi-Fi adapter. In some article I already wrote that Windows 10 itself installs the driver on wireless adapters. But not always. And not always, these drivers work as they should. Therefore, the most common reason for such problems with Wi-Fi in Windows 10 is the lack of a wireless adapter driver, or an unsuitable driver.
- Well, it may be that the “Wireless Network” adapter is simply disabled.
Let’s check and fix.
There is Wi-Fi on a laptop with Windows 10: solution to the problem
Let’s first check if the “Wireless Network” adapter is enabled, and if you don’t have this adapter at all, then Make sure that the problem is in the driver, or in the absence of this adapter in your computer.
Right click on the internet connection icon in the notification bar, and open the Network and Sharing Center. In the new window, select Change adapter settings.
If you see a “Wireless Network” adapter (or something like that) there, and it is disabled, then right-click on it and select Enable. After that, Wi-Fi should appear on your laptop, and you can connect to the wireless network.
If there is a “Wireless Network” adapter at all, then, as I said, the Wi-Fi driver is most likely not installed on your computer. Or it is installed, but it does NOT work stably.
Problems with the Wi-Fi adapter driver in Windows 10
We need to go to the device manager and see what’s there. Is there a wireless adapter and how does it work. To do this, click on the Start menu and select Settings.
Next, select Devices.
At the bottom of the page, go to Device Manager.
In Device Manager, click the Network Adapters tab. There may be several adapters, but there are two main ones. These are: LAN. for connecting the Internet via a network cable to a network card, and a wireless adapter. Typically, a wireless adapter has the word “Wireless” in its name. This is how the Wi-Fi adapter looks in the device manager on my laptop:
As you can see, the name indicates the manufacturer and model. If you have an adapter in the device manager, and it is turned on, but it does not turn on Wi-Fi, then try to update the driver for your adapter.
If there is a driver, or there is no adapter itself, then you will not see it in the device manager.
But, please note that if there is an adapter in the manager (and there is one in the computer), then there should be at least one “Unknown device” in the device manager, as I have in the screenshot. In this case, you need to try installing the driver on the Wireless adapter.
How to install or update the Wi-Fi adapter driver?
If you have a laptop, then go to the official website of the manufacturer, through the search, or through the menu, look for your model, there find the section with driver downloads, and look for the driver for the Wireless adapter. Please note that there will most likely be an option to select an operating system. Select Windows 10. If there are drivers for the “dozen”, then you can try to select Windows 8 (8.1). Also, the driver can be on a disk, which usually comes with a laptop (but it is unlikely that there will be a driver for “dozens”).
Save the driver to your computer and just run the installation. If you downloaded the archive, then the archive should contain an installation file, which you just need to run and follow the instructions. After installation, restart your laptop, and try to connect to a Wi-Fi network (Wi-Fi must be on).
If you have a stationary computer with a USB / PCI adapter, then look for the driver on the website of the adapter manufacturer. By adapter model. Well, you should also have a driver disk.
As for updating the driver, we do everything in the same way as in the case of the installation: we find, download to the computer, and Install.
How to turn on Wi-Fi in Windows 10 if there is no Wi-Fi button?
By the way, if you suddenly forgot your Wi-Fi password, then watch the episode in which I tell How to find out the password for your Wi-Fi.
Well, that’s all for today, friends! Please write in the comments if you managed to connect to the Wi-Fi network. And also subscribe to our channel, if you are NOT subscribed yet and be sure to click on the bell to be notified of new video releases.
If there is nothing, then let’s try to install the drivers from a direct connection over the wire. There must be a network cable in the box from under the router. Plug one end into the router into the yellow connector, and the other into the laptop into the network card. as shown in the picture below.
In theory, the driver should be installed immediately, but this does not always happen. Therefore, we proceed further with simple instructions:
- Again press the “Windows” and “R” buttons simultaneously.
- We enter the devmgmt.Msc command and click “okay”.
- Find the “Other Devices” tab. All devices without installed drivers will be located there. The wireless adapter may have the name “Unknown device” or have the words “Wireless”, “Wi-Fi” or “802.11” in its name. Click on it with the right mouse button and “Update driver”. We select search from Microsoft servers and after searching Install.
If the driver is not installed, go to the next method.
Let’s first look at the bottom right corner of the screen where our connection should be displayed. Here is the icon will depend Further actions.
With a red cross or no such connection at all
In this case, there are two options:
- The Wi-Fi module is turned off and must be turned on manually or using the buttons;
- No drivers are installed on it.
Then we move on to the next chapters, which solve this problem.
Using the buttons
There are two types of inclusion, through a combination of hot keys and through a separate button, although not all laptops have it. First, find the topmost row of keys that start with the letter “F”. If you look closely, you can see small icons nearby.
They mean enabling or disabling functions on a laptop by quickly pressing a certain key combination. Find a button with an antenna or laptop icon with waves emanating from it.
As soon as you find such a key, click on it and on the additional “Fn” key, which is located next to the “Win” and “Ctrl” buttons in the lower left or lower right corner of the keyboard. The auxiliary key can be located on any key: F2, F4, F5, F12, etc. I will clarify again, you need to press simultaneously and once.
If you DIDN’T find it, it doesn’t matter! Perhaps you have this button displayed separately, to quickly turn on and off the wireless network. Search the entire laptop for a switch or button with the same icon.
It can be located anywhere on the laptop, but most often it is the front or front side next to the keyboard. Sometimes after reinstalling the OS, the keys stop working because a special utility is not installed on the laptop. I will tell you about its installation below, but for now, turn on Wi-Fi in the second way.
With an asterisk
In this case, Wi-Fi is already on and fully functional. It is enough to click on this connection in the lower right corner. Select a home network, click “Connect”, enter a password and enjoy the Internet.
This is the most reliable way, since you will be installing drivers from the official site. The site in this company is very inconvenient and tight, so I will give you detailed step-by-step instructions with pictures.
- We go to the official Lenovo website. https://www.Lenovo.com/ru/ru/.
- Select “Support and Warranty” in the top menu and in the “Support Resources” pop-up menu.
- Scroll down and select “Laptops & Netbooks”.
- Now I’ll show you on the example of the Lenovo g580 laptop. After selecting a device, a fill window will appear just below.
- Choosing a series. In my case it is G.
- And sub-series G580.
- I searched for a very long time where this tab is located. But she turned out to be closer than I thought. Click on the top menu “Drivers & Software”.
- Select the Windows operating system. DO NOT make a mistake with your choice, otherwise the driver will not work. The version of the operating system can be viewed by right-clicking on the icon of my computer and selecting “Properties”.
- The site is wildly NOT user-friendly, so first click on the “Network Connections: Wireless LAN” section. Then select the most recent version of the product by date and click on the driver name. Next, another tab will open where the drivers will be. Select with the name “Recommended” and to the right click “Download”.
- I would also recommend downloading the power management utility. It allows you to quickly turn on and off Wi-Fi both by keys and manually. To do this, go to Power Management, click on the latest version of the utility and download the Recommended pack. But install it only after installing the driver on the wireless module.
- After that, we start the driver update, Install and at the end we reboot the laptop.
- Press the “Windows” and “R” key at the same time.
- In a special window, enter the magic command ncpa.Cpl.
- You should see two to three connections. The first is wired. The third is Bluetooth (not available in all models). And here is the second one with a ladder and there is our built-in Wi-Fi receiver. If it is gray. Right-click on it and select Enable. And then according to the standard Try to connect to your wireless network using a password.
If there is such a connection, it means that drivers for the network adapter are not installed on your Lenovo. Moving on to the next chapter.
Wi-Fi is connected, but internet is available
If there is Wi-Fi, but below you see a connection with a yellow triangle and the Internet is available, then we proceed as follows.
- Right click on the wireless network and select properties;
- We select the fourth duct and go into the device. Obtaining an IP must be checked offline, that is, the top checkbox of the two. But DNS put the second checkbox and enter the numbers as in the picture above. Then click “OK”.
If after this there is no Internet, then most likely you have problems with configuring the router. To get started, just reboot it. To do this, unplug the power cord from the router outlet and plug it back in a minute later. If it doesn’t help, let’s go here.
The first way
There are several options that we can use. Since we cannot connect to the Internet wirelessly, let’s try to remember if you had a disk with your laptop. There should be a driver from the wireless module. Look in the laptop box.
If you DIDN’T find the drive, go to “My Computer”, on new laptops, the developers immediately make a separate partition into the hard drive with drivers and so call it “Drivers”. Further, nothing complicated comments, go there and run “Setup.Exe”. Installing all drivers.
How to completely turn off Wi-Fi on a laptop (Windows 7, Windows 8)?
I have already written about how to connect a laptop to a wireless network in this article. In it, I talked about how to turn on Wi-Fi in different ways, considering different problems that may arise. But, in how to turn off Wi-Fi on a laptop, I have not yet written. Therefore, now I will write.
Why actually turn off Wi-Fi? There are different cases. For example, you want to surf the Internet by connecting a laptop via a network cable. And here he also connects to wireless networks, and if he DOES NOT connect, he simply searches for available.
And if you’re running on battery power, constantly searching for available networks will drain it faster. Therefore, it is best to simply turn off the wireless module.
I will tell you how to do this in the operating system Windows 7 and Windows 8. I will write on the example of Windows 7, but in the eight everything is exactly the same. You probably tell me what to turn off, there are special buttons, by pressing which, all wireless networks on the laptop are turned off. Yes, there are such buttons. But they do not always work, and if they do, then they do not work as needed.
Here, for example, on an Asus laptop. I press the FnF2 key combination (these keys are used on all Asus laptops). An icon appears that all wireless networks are disabled. Like this:
And Wi-Fi has worked and continues to work. If you have, for example, a Lenovo or Acer laptop, then the key combination is different. If I am not mistaken then FnF3. Fn key, and one of the F1, F2 keys. Usually it has a network icon.
I don’t know, maybe you need to update the driver, or something else. I don’t even want to go into this jungle. There is a simpler and more reliable way.
But, if so and leave them in “off” mode, then after reboot Wi-Fi does not work. Just a red cross next to the network. Status: “All available connections”. Disabling and enabling the wireless adapter does not help. You need to run troubleshooting. Perhaps, many people encounter this problem. Tomorrow I will write an article on this problem.
Oh yeah, I almost forgot. It may be that there is a button on the laptop case that is specifically designed to turn on Wi-Fi, well, to turn it off. But on new models, such buttons seem to NOT do.
Now let’s look at a simple and reliable way, I would even say a universal one, with which you can disable the wireless network connection.
Disable wireless network connection
Right-click on the network icon in the notification bar. We select the Network and Sharing Center (in Windows 8 everything is the same).
A window will open in which case click on Change adapter settings.
Then just right-click on “Wireless network connection” and click Disable.
That’s it, Wi-Fi is off! And the connection status on the notification panel will be something like this (however, if you have a network cable connected, the status will be different):
To turn the wireless network connection back on, just do the same, but select On, and Wi-Fi will work again.
By the way, if you do everything in this way, then even after restarting the laptop, it will not search for networks available for connection.
This method is suitable for any laptop, netbook, or computer with a Wi-Fi adapter, which works on the operating system Windows 7, or Windows 8. On Windows XP, it is done in much the same way. But, unfortunately, there is no way to show in the screenshots.
Reset network settings
Finally, if none of the solutions to fix the problem could not, as a last resort, perform a complete reset of all network settings, using the command console running as administrator and a few simple commands below (without punctuation marks at the end):
- Ipconfig / flushdns;
- Ipconfig / registerdns;
- Ipconfig / renew;
- Ipconfig / release.
If this also does not give an effect, as additional measures, execute two more commands:
- Netsh interface reset all;
- Netsh winsock reset.
Problems on the part of the provider and lack of access to the Internet
First, let’s take a look at why the laptop does not pick up “Wi-Fi” well at home or in a small office. It goes without saying that the problem may lie precisely in the service of the provider, which is currently carrying out some technical or service work on the line. It is possible that the installed equipment is partially not working. In this case, it is enough just to clarify the information with a specialist of the relevant service.
Sometimes you can also come across problems associated with the lack of access only to strictly defined resources.
Here it is worth checking whether the site is blocked, for example, at the STATE level, or whether it is included in the ban list in the host. Sometimes, to fix problems, it is necessary to temporarily disable the antivirus and firewall. If everything is in order with access, you need to change the blocking settings or even change the antivirus software.
Another problem is the wrong location of the router. In the apartment, it should be placed in such a place so that it is in the central room (it is advisable to put it higher), and so that there are no enclosing structures and walls around, as well as foreign devices that can emit increased radiation that clogs the signal (microwave ovens and others similar electrical appliances).
Installing additional connection options
If “Wi-Fi” is bad on the laptop and after performing the above steps, try slightly changing the parameters set in the IPv4 settings. Here, the automatic receipt of IP is Better not to touch (even if you have a static address), but the address of the DNS servers can be changed, entered in the fields designated for them, free compositions, for example, from Google. Although this does not directly affect the distribution, nevertheless, by installing just such options, you can significantly increase the speed of the Internet.
Additional equipment and actions
In some cases, you can use more expensive solutions, which consist in installing not one router at home, but two, purchasing a special wireless signal amplifier (repeater), or even creating your own VPN server on a laptop or stationary PC, after which to it more devices will be able to connect, and the terminal itself will work to distribute a signal. The first two solutions require financial costs, and it is much easier to create a server using the own means of the operating system (it takes only a couple of minutes).
Why does it catch “Wi-Fi” badly on a laptop?
As for the reasons for the decline in the quality of the wireless signal, there can be a lot of them. Some of them may be related to the technical side of the equipment operability issue, others relate to the software part for establishing a connection based on wireless distribution. If we group them all into one list, usually several basic situations are distinguished:
- Incorrect router location;
- Problems from the service provider’s side;
- Network congestion with simultaneous downloads;
- Incorrect network settings;
- Outdated network adapter drivers or their hardware mismatch;
- Included power saving mode for the network adapter;
- Lack of fundamental updates in the operating system;
- Incorrect router settings.
Viruses in this case are NOT considered, although they can harm the system. And concern for the safety of their own computer system should be of any user, so to speak, a personal priority. Problems associated with malfunctions in laptops or routers themselves, related to physical breakdowns, also DO NOT take into account.
Checking the number of connected devices
Just in case, if the laptop does not catch Wi-Fi well, see how many devices are currently using a wireless connection (including both computers and mobile devices).
It is unrealistic to perform such actions in the Windows environment, so the best option would be to use the small utility Who Is On My Wi-Fi. If you find someone else’s components, set a limit on the maximum number of simultaneously connected devices on the router, as well as protect your own connection by setting a password on the router.
Poor catches “Wi-Fi” on a laptop: causes, possible breakdowns, troubleshooting, tips
Quite often, on all kinds of computer forums on the Internet, among laptop users you can find complaints that the laptop has become poorly catching “Wi-Fi”. This problem is very common, but it is impossible to say right away what exactly is the reason for the decrease in signal quality. Nevertheless, there are several typical situations that can be corrected with tools available to any user, using Windows tools and third-party software for this (unless we are talking about physical breakdowns or wear and tear of routers).
Checking the status of adapter drivers and network settings
Equally often, the hardware on a laptop does not pick up “Wi-Fi” well due to the fact that some network adapter drivers do not work correctly, do not match it or are outdated. Here, the best solution would be to visit the website of the laptop manufacturer. There, as a rule, the most recent and up-to-date versions of the control software are always posted, which must be downloaded and installed independently. On some resources you can find special online testing systems “gland” with automatic installation of the necessary drivers. But when choosing a driver manually, you should be very careful. So, in the case when an HP laptop does not catch “Wi-Fi” well, many users find several types of drivers on the official resource, some of which may NOT fit the adapter.
To find the most suitable software for a start, use the definition of hardware identifiers in the “device manager”, search on the website of the laptop or adapter manufacturer for the longest string containing the VEN and DEV values, and only then download the most suitable driver.
Very often, the problem that “Wi-Fi” is poorly catching on a laptop may relate to the activated power saving mode, which leads to the adapter disconnecting when running on battery power.
To fix the situation, in the same “Device Manager” go to the properties of the wireless adapter and on the power management tab Uncheck the box next to Disable permission.
Why Wi-Fi keeps turning off on Windows 10 laptop?
In many builds of Windows 7, after waking up from hibernation or standby mode, the Internet connection is disconnected. In Windows 10, a similar problem is also not fixed. After restoring the computer, the user is faced with the connection status “limited”. Situations are also unpleasant when Wi-Fi is turned off on a Windows 10 laptop for no apparent reason at first glance. Let’s consider similar cases and try to find solutions to the problem for each of them.
Watch the video tutorial, which clearly describes this section of our article:
If the connection used is invisible for scanning, and only those who have a username and password can connect to it, the reconnection with it is not always automatically established.
- Open the “Network Control Center.” by right-clicking on the network connection icon in the tray.
- Choosing Problem Connection.
- Opening the properties of the selected network.
- We put a check in the last option and save the new settings.
- Restart your computer.
When the specified percentage of battery power is reached on a laptop with Windows 10, Wi-Fi turns off automatically to save battery power, and all the time. Reconnection becomes impossible due to the deactivation of the network adapter at the software level. The problem is solved as follows.
- Open the “Device Manager” through the Start context menu.
- Expand the “Network adapters” item and open the properties of the network card.
- We remove the checkbox next to the option “Allow this device to be turned off.”.
The second option for setting up a power plan is choosing the best performance mode.
- Open the “Options” window and select “System”.
- Go to the “Power and Sleep” tab, where we open the Advanced power settings.
- Call up the configuration parameters window of the current laptop power scheme.
- Click on the link to change additional configuration.
- Expand the parameters of the wireless adapter, set both values to “Maximum performance” and save the changes.
Disable TCP / IP autoconfiguration
The auto-configuration function improves the efficiency of the network, but it also has weaknesses. the instability of the wireless connection. This is another reason why the Internet disappears on a Windows 10 laptop. Disabling this option solves the problem.
We start the command term with extended privileges and execute the command: “netsh int tcp set heuristics disabled”.
We have covered the main reasons for disabling Wi-Fi on a laptop with Windows 10, but there are other factors why the Internet is lost.
The settings of the router (access point) have been changed, and your computer is trying to connect to the network by its identifier with the old settings and data for pairing with it. Most often, the password for connecting to the access point is changed. In this case, we should first delete the old network, and then add a new one with a fresh configuration.
- Right-click on Start and run the command term with administrator privileges.
- We enter and execute a command of the form: netshwlandeleteprofilename = [profilename], where instead of profilename we write the name of the network with which a laptop with Windows 10 periodically loses connection.
- After the command term, run the system command: netsh wlan connect name = [profilename] or find our network again by scanning for a signal from wireless access points.
Windows 10 has not been debugged for the first year, but there are plenty of bugs in it. The leading position is occupied by driver problems. Often, after updating them or installing updates for the OS itself, problems appear in the functioning of the corresponding devices.
If the connection crashes for this reason, we advise you to run:
- System Restore;
- Rollback or update driver.
We will NOT dwell on the first one, it is not difficult to update the driver: go to the website of the manufacturer of the network (if it is discrete) motherboard or laptop and find the latest software version for Windows 10 of the required bit depth.
For instructions on updating the driver, see the following
The following instruction will help you rollback the network adapter driver.
- Open the “Device Manager”.
- Expand “Network adapters” and open the properties of your network card.
- Go to the “Driver” tab, click “from.” and confirm the action.
An overview of all the reasons for turning off the signal on a PC with Windows 10. in the following
Physical disconnection on the keyboard
If you take a close look at your keyboard, you’ll find the Fn key. This key allows you to activate additional functions of the laptop keyboard and, accordingly, use them. The upper row of keys, the name of which begins with the letter “F”, combines the very additional features. Each of them has a corresponding icon drawn on it. For example, on the key for turning Wi-Fi on or off, an antenna with outgoing radio signals is drawn (sometimes a computer is drawn with radio waves on the sides).
If you press Fn and the key that is responsible for the wireless modules at the same time, then Wi-Fi will turn on. If you press these keys again, the adapters are disabled. This is the first way to turn off Wi-Fi. Remember that, as a rule, Bluetooth will be disabled along with Wi-Fi, since in the overwhelming majority of cases these two technologies are combined under one key.
The procedure for disabling Wi-Fi on a computer and laptop
Wi-Fi wireless technology is a very convenient tool for accessing the Internet. But for the operation of the wireless module, as for any other device, power is required, which reduces the operating time of the laptop without recharging (from battery). Because of this, the question arises of how to turn off on a laptop to reduce power consumption.
Disable adapter via device manager
A wireless module is the same device as a video card, Bluetooth or sound card. Any of THESE modules can be disabled in Device Manager. To do this, let’s launch the service we need. This can be done in different ways:
- Through the properties of my computer (system).
- Through system management.
- Using the “Run” service and so on.
We will do it in the easiest and fastest way. Press two keys WindowsR simultaneously. In the window that appears, write the following command: mmc devmgmt.Msc and press “OK” or “Enter”.
Now we just have to find the “Network adapters” folder. Open it and find our Wi-Fi module.
Typically, notebooks use motherboards from one of two manufacturers:
There are other manufacturers, but, as a rule, motherboards from THESE companies are installed on the vast majority of laptops. In any case, the name will contain the “802.11” technology standard. We found the required module and click on it with the right mouse button. In the menu that appears, select “Disable”.
A warning window will appear. We agree with him and click “Yes” or “Ok”.
Everything, after that the Wi-Fi device will be completely disabled and de-energized. Now you can turn it on only in the same way. Register on the pin-up casino website, a verified online gambling establishment that has an Official Curasao license. Pin Up Casino uses in its collection only branded slots from the most popular manufacturers. Click on it with the right mouse button and select “activate”.
Disconnecting communication in the Network Operations Center
To get started, click on the network icon in the system tray (desktop area in the lower right corner near the clock and date) with the right mouse button. We select the item “Network Control Center.”.
In the window that opens, go to the section “Changing adapter parameters”. We find here the shortcut of the wireless network. Click on it with the right mouse button and select “Disable“.
Remember that the device will NOT power off completely. Only the wireless connectivity will be disabled. You can only use it back in a similar way. However, you will NOT be able to activate it on the keyboard and in the device manager. As you can see, everything is very simple. Now let’s look at how to disconnect the device from the Wi-Fi network.
For example, you are connected to a wireless router, but you want to disconnect from it, and do not disable the module. To do this, click on the corresponding icon in the system tray with the left mouse button.
Information about the current connection and a list of available connections will appear. Our task is to find a connection opposite which there is an inscription “connected”. Click on it LMB and click “Disable“.
If you just want to switch to another network, then you just need to find it from the proposed list and click with the left mouse button. We put a tick in the line “Connect automatically” and then click on “Connect”.
As you can see, everything is very simple. The main thing is, do not rush, and be careful. Now you know all the methods on how to control the wireless connection on a laptop. But remember that all these methods are NOT interconnected.
You can also use the command line to manage Wi-Fi networks and devices. Everything is simple here. To start the command term, you just need to simultaneously press the WindowsR keys, write CMD in the window that appears and click “OK”.
Here is a set of commands and functions:
- To find out the list of available interfaces, use the following command: netsh wlan show interface. Thus, we learn the name of all available Wi-Fi interfaces (modules).
- In order to find out the list of available connections, it will write the following command: netsh wlan show networks. In the proposed list, you can find out the name of this or that connection.
- Connecting to a Wi-Fi network: netsh wlan connect name = NetworkName. For example, in my case, the command looks like this: netsh wlan connect name = Asshole. Asshole is the name of my router.
- To disconnect, write the following: netsh wlan disconnect.
It’s pretty simple. However, only experienced users use this control method, since it is quite difficult to remember all the commands. But, if for some reason you cannot use other methods of disconnecting the device from the wireless network, you can register the netsh wlan disconnect command and press “Enter” and your laptop will disconnect from the router.
Disconnecting the wireless adapter
It should be noted right away that there are several ways to disable the Wi-Fi module on a laptop:
- Using a combination of keys on the laptop keyboard (Fn button for turning on wireless modules).
- In the equipment manager.
- In the network control center.
Each of THESE methods does NOT replace each other. That is, for example, if you disabled the keyboard adapter, then you will NOT be able to enable it in Device Manager. At the same time, in the network control center, the connection may remain active, although after the connection it will not be, and the module itself will be disabled. The bottom line is that you can turn on Wi-Fi only in the same way that you turned it off before. So how to turn off wireless on a laptop?
How to turn off WI-FI on a laptop. How to turn off Wi-Fi on a router
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