Many users have reported for numbers of issues after upgrading to Windows 10. These bugs were already listed, but after having public approach many more issues again appeared. Some of the bugs have been resolved with Anniversary updates, but still there are some users who are frequently facing trouble while using Windows 10. Recently some users have reported for Wi-fi connectivity issues due to which they frequently needed to connect with live online tech support phone number for Windows 10 so that they could find an instant solution for Wi-Fi connectivity issues.

Read more some common issues about the Windows 10:

There are many reasons for not having Wi-Fi after Windows 10 update. So, let’s have a look on the causes for Wi-Fi issues:

· Wi-Fi wireless adapter driver may not be updated or may not be compatible with Windows 10. In some cases Wi-Fi driver goes on missing.

· If reinstallation of Wi-fi driver doesn’t provide any solution then problem may be due to unsupported VPN present while upgrading Windows 10. If you have VPN client as CISCO or SONIC, it’s sure that these VPN are causing trouble of internet connection.


· Your BIOS may be outdated.

So, these all may be the major reasons for not having Wi-Fi connection. So, in this situation you can either have a Windows tech support helpdesk number or you may also go through the solution procedure shown in this post. So, let’s go through that:

Update Wi-Fi adapter

For updating Wi-Fi adapter you need to download and install Driver Talent on your system and then you need to go through the process as shown below:

· Run Driver talent to scan your system.

· Make one click to update or repair driver.

After going through this above procedure, you need to type command to fix no Wi-Fi issue in your Windows 10. This process is used when you have problem due to VPN software. So, follow the procedure:

· Right click on Start button and open Run command.

· Now type the command as ‘reg delete HKCR\CLSID\{988248f3-a1ad-49bf-9170-676cbbc36ba3} /va /f’.


· Now, again enter the command as ‘netcfg -v -u dni_dne’.

· Now, restart your system and check for Wi-Fi connection.

After going through these all above shown procedures, you need to optimize the Wireless adapter setting. Here, you can have a support from advanced technical experts of Windows to have a proper optimization of wireless adapter settings. However, if you need more help then you can have Windows experts’ assistance through their toll-free number.