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    Worst case scenario your wifi card is dead or the antenna is disconnected. Try one of those live boot linux dustros to see if it works in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximus View Post
    Hey Guys,

    Has anyone encountered an issue with Windows 11 where the wireless says there are no networks available when there are known networks available? so here's what I've done so far
    • I've run all the troubleshooters in windows
      Reset the network settings
      Turned off power saving on the wireless adapter
      Disabled the wireless adapter and reenable the adapter
      Reinstalled the drivers from both windows update and from the manufacturer
      Downgraded to windows 10
      Reinstalled Windows all together


    This one is puzzling even after the reinstall still nothing Help
    Quote Originally Posted by owen View Post
    Worst case scenario your wifi card is dead or the antenna is disconnected. Try one of those live boot linux dustros to see if it works in there.
    Agreed with @owen.

    If it's USB then it's likely dead. Most of the older USB ones die over time - actually heat related. If it's onboard or a card - then it could be a slot issue. Check with a Linux distro as suggested or WinPE to ensure it's actually dead.
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