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Why are No Connections Available on Windows 7?
There are a number of reasons for your Windows 7 computer to not detect a wireless network. In this section, you will get to know those reasons and the solutions to solve the “Not Connected – No Connections Available on Windows 7” issue.
- Basically, if the wireless network adapter is not installed, or if it is turned OFF during the connectivity process, then there is a chance for this issue to occur.
- So, the primary check you have to do is to check the network adapter and install the wireless network adapter on your Windows 7 if it is not installed.
- Make sure that your wireless router is turned ON.
- Check if the Wi-Fi option is enabled on your Windows 7 computer.
- If not, enable it and then check if the ‘no connections are available’ issue is resolved.
Now let’s look into the solutions in detail. First, perform the basic troubleshooting methods to solve this issue.
- On your Windows 7 computer’s keyboard, press the Wi-Fi button.
- Check if your computer is able to detect the available network connection.
- If not, press the Wi-Fi and Alt buttons at the same time and check if the ‘No Connections are available’ issue is resolved.
- If not, press the Caps Lock and Fn buttons simultaneously.
If the no connections available on Windows 7 issue is not resolved after performing the basic troubleshooting, then move to the advanced methods given below to solve it on your Windows 7 computer.
Restart your Modem and the Wireless Router:
- Disconnect the modem and the wireless router from the power source.
- If your modem has a backup battery, then remove it.
- Stay back and wait for about 30 seconds.
- After that, reconnect the modem and the wireless router to the power source.
- Note: Make sure to insert the battery into your modem before turning it ON.
- Now, try to connect your computer to the router and check if the ‘No connections are available’ issue is resolved. It the issue has not been resolved, go to the next solution.
Reset TCP/IP by using the NetShell utility:
- On your Windows 7 computer, open the cmd application.
- Now, in the cmd window, type the command nets int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt and press the Enter key.
- After running the above command, restart your Windows 7 computer, and then try to connect it to the network.
- If the “not connected – no connections available on Windows 7” issue persists, contact us.