Can’t see my home WiFi
Check with Packard Bell Bear Out, documentation, and diagnostics.
Some computers have hotkeys or manual switches which could be involved. Also be sure you are not somehow activating Airplane Mode.
Windows 10 Help – scroll down to “Connectivity”
Fix network connection issues in Windows 10
Your router would be questionable here, have you updated its firmware as a possible solution? The router can be the issue even it other OS’s are running fine. And I would renovate your WiFi drivers on the computers.
Try actually updating your driver :
Control Panel – Network – compose down make and model of Wifi – double click on it – driver’s tab – compose down story –
click Renovate Driver (may not do anything as MS is far behind certifying drivers). Then Right Click on Wifi
Device and UNINSTALL – Reboot – this will refresh the driver stack.
Then check the System/Motherboard Maker’s Put and that of the actual device maker (such as Intel, RealTek, Broadcom, or Atheros) for even newer drivers.
Manually look at manufacturer’s sites for drivers – and Device Maker’s sites.
Download – SAVE – go to where you put it – Right Click – RUN AS ADMIN.
You can download several at once however reboot after you install each one.
After looking at the Approach Maker’s you can check Device Maker’s for even
newer versions. (The ones from Approach maker become your fallbacks).
Windows 10 – Help & Support
Windows – 10 – Search Support
Hope this helps.
Rob Brown –
Microsoft MVP <- profile – Windows and Devices for IT : Bicycle – Mark Twain said it right.