Wifi doesn't auto connect after update 1903

Wifi doesn't auto connect after update 1903

i have done all of that and in finally nothing :

* troubleshoot : internet connections , network adapter

* network reset

* DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth   (succes)

* sfc /scannow   (succes)

* forget password and reenter

* install all updates to win 10 and apps and drivers

* uncheck and check Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power

and in finally nothing

before update wifi auto connect and reconnect as always while after update all things in win 10 are perfect except wifi reconnect

any help please


Hi Sheriff. I'm Greg, an installation specialist and 10 year Windows MVP here to help you.

I'll give you everything possible to try in order of priority so that hopefully something works. If you need help performing any steps I'll be standing by here to guide you:

For Wifi won't connect after Version 1903:
https://www.techrepublic.com/article/wi-fi-and-...
https://pureinfotech.com/fix-wifi-problems-wind...

Enable IPv6 in the network adapter settings: https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/90033-enabl...

Run the fixit from https://support.microsoft.com/help/929852 (Re-enable IPv6 on all nontunnel interfaces) and reboot.

Right click the network icon in System Tray at bottom right end of task bar to Troubleshoot Problems.

Try all of these steps: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/10741/...
https://www.kapilarya.com/how-to-reset-network-...

Update your network adapter drivers from the PC maker's Support Downloads web page using the full model number, HP Serial Number or Dell Service Tag on sticker. Compare the latest drivers available for download with the ones presently installed in Device Manager reached by right clicking the Start Menu. Make sure you have the latest BIOS or UEFI firmware, Chipset, Display (Video), Sound, USB3, Bluetooth, Network and all other drivers, or else download and install the latest now.

If you have the latest network driver then try on it's Driver tab also to Roll Back, or Uninstall and then restart PC to reinstall the driver. Try also all older drivers from Update Driver > Browse > Let Me Pick list working backwards.

Go to Settings > Network & Internet > WIfi > Manage Known Networks, highlight and remove the network having problems, restart PC to see if it shows up again.

Try plugging in by ethernet cable to the router to compare, then plug the ethernet cable into the modem (if separate) to see if this might be an issue with the router.

Try powering off modem, router and PC and then restarting in that order with 1 minute in between each. You may need to reset your router or even optimize it following these steps:
https://www.lifewire.com/resetting-a-home-netwo...
http://www.maximumpc.com/article/features/ultim...

You also are entitled to Support from your internet provider to get online on all devices. This is always included in the monthly bill. If your router is less than a year old they will also Support getting it connected and optimized.

Another option is you could replace the wireless adapter with an inexpensive USB nano adapter like this one: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B011T5IF06/ref=psdc_1...

You can also add an extender. The best one I've found is $17 at Amazon, configures itself, and so good I'd never use any other: https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-Extender-Externa...

if this was caused by Windows Updates then you can check which were installed at Settings>Update & Security>Windows Update under Installed Updates, then uninstall them from the link there, and hide with the Hide Updates tool downloaded from here: http://download.microsoft.com/download/f/2/2/f2...

You can also use System Restore to get before the problem began, then check for Updates with the Hide Update tool and hide them: http://home.bt.com/tech-gadgets/computing/how-t...

If this was caused by Version update then you can roll it back in Settings>Update & Security>Recovery and then hide it until it matures using the Hide Updates Tool downloaded from here: http://download.microsoft.com/download/f/2/2/f2...

I hope this helps. Feel free to ask back any questions and let us know how it goes. I will keep working with you until it's resolved.

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Hi SHERIF.HAMED

I am an independent advisor here to help

I am sorry to hear of this issue, I know that it is frustrating.

Microsoft has actually identified a known issue with Windows 1903 where some species do not connect properly to Wi-Fi, or do not stay connected and randomly drop the connection. they are working on a permanent fix.

In the meantime you might try reaching out to the manufacturer of your computer's Wi-Fi receiver and find out if they have available and updated driver that you might try.

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Hi Sherif.Hamed,
uninstall any software or utilities of the PC manufacturer for the management of wireless networks, such as Intel (R) PROSet / Wireless Zero Configuration Service or similar. Wireless networks must be managed exclusively by Windows.

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first thank you

i have try all of this but nothing

and i didn't wont to uninstall updates



 

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i will wait for the solution

i have Ralink 802.11n usb wireless lan card 5.1.28.1


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You have ten days to roll back the Version Update in Recovery settings, then wait for it to mature or your WIfi to have a stable driver before reinstalling.

You can also for now use an inexpensive USB nano Wireless adapter like the one in the tutorial which should be stable.

You said you'd tried everything so do you have that running now?
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