Windows 10: "show available networks" & "manage known networks" disappeared
"show available networks" & "manage known networks" disappeared
under "wireless network connection" settings, there are "show available networks" & "manage known networks" options that can be clicked. however, when I tried to click on either option, nothing happens. if I tried to click on the wifi icon on lower right hand corner of the task bar, I could not see available wireless network window either.
the only way that I can attach to a new wireless network is at the login page and click on the wifi icon, then the available wireless networks window will show up.
Just roll back to a restore point before this happened. This usually happens when a user changes Services or installs software for managing Wireless connections, which stops Windows Wireless Zero Config.
I've used every trouble shooter and share option. Checked settings in services. Updated wireless adapter drivers, even used an USB wireless adapter
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