Wifi playing up? This guide should fix most issues

If your WiFi is dropping out or telling you it can’t connect then resetting the WiFi adapter is often the best solution
Please note this will remove all of your saved WiFi connections but they can be connected to again easily by entering the WiFi password
We first need to access the device manager, you can do this a few ways pictured below
– Option one: right click the start menu in the bottom left and select device manager
– Option two: search for it in the search bar to the bottom left hand side of the screen
– OptionĀ  three: if you have our AtYourService tool you can also right click our icon and select “Open device manager”
Once in device manager, navigate to network adapters and click the small arrow next to it
Next you are going to want to locate your wireless adapter, this could be named a few things but the key words you want to look out for are “wireless” or “Network adapter” or you may see 802.11n if you can’t see any of those just contact us below
then right click it and select uninstall
Then click uninstall again
Once it is uninstalled it will disappear from the list you then want to restart your computer and while it’s restarting go and grab your WiFi password from the back of your router
Once your computer has restated click the WiFi icon in the bottom right hand side of your screen it may look like a globe, select your network, click connect and enter your WiFi password
Then that’s you done and hopefully issue free for a while
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