How to fix WiFi connection error on Windows 10 21H1

How to fix WiFi connection error on Windows 10 21H1

Some users after updating Windows 10 21H1 have had WiFi connection problems such as slow speed, loss of configuration, unable to connect … If it is one of those unlucky ones, you can use Using the solutions that make tech easier than introduced below to fix the problem

How to fix WiFi connection error on Windows 10 21H1

  • Use the Network Adapter fixer
  • Reset adapter
  • Update the driver for the network adapter
  • Uninstall Windows 10 21H1

Use the Network Adapter fixer

You can use Windows 10 troubleshooter Network Adapter troubleshooter to fix WiFi error after 21H1 update following these steps:

  • Press Windows + I to open Settings
  • Select Update & Security
  • Click Troubleshoot

  • Click Additional troubleshooters
  • Select Network Adapter

  • Select Run the troubleshooter

  • Select the network adapter, here WiFi
  • Click Next

After you complete the above steps, the fixer will scan, detect and resolve WiFi connection problems if any. Once done, you can check to see if the problem has been fixed.

If not, please go to the next solution.

Reset adapter

If the troubleshooter doesn’t fix the problem, you can try Windows 10’s adapter reset feature. In most cases, this will resolve nearly any of your problems. Proceed as follows:

  • Press Windows + I to open Settings
  • Select Network & Internet
  • Click Status

  • Click the Network reset option

  • Click Reset now
  • Click Yes to confirm
  • Click the Close button
  • Restart the computer

After completing these steps, you will need to reinstall your essential software like VPN … You will also have to reconnect to the WiFi network manually.

Update the driver for the network adapter

Sometimes a driver error will affect the WiFi connection. So, you can try updating the driver for the network adapter to see if the problem is resolved. The steps are as follows:

  • Click the Start button
  • Search for Devices Manager and click on the first search result

  • Expand the Network adapters branch
  • Right-click on WiFi adapters and select Update driver
  • Click Browse my computer for driver software if you have the latest driver available
  • Click Browse to access the folder where you saved the driver, remember to click the checkbox under the Include subfolders option
  • Click Next

Uninstall Windows 10 21H1

This is the last solution you can try if none of the above solutions are successful or Windows 10 21H1 has too many problems. To uninstall Windows 10 21H1 you can follow the instructions in the article below:

  • How to remove Windows 10 updates to go back to old versions of Windows

I wish you success and invite you to refer to other articles on makeover: