These are the advance troubleshooting steps to fix the issue -Wireless networks not found on your computer. To know the basic troubleshooting steps click on the link below.
Unable to find Wireless Networks in Range -basic troubleshooting steps
The advance steps are:
1. Disable Firewalls on your computer.
Windows Firewall and third party firewalls installed on your computer may block wireless connection to your computer. So in order to troubleshoot the issue we need to disable Firewalls on your computer.
The steps to disable Windows Firewall on your computer are:
i. Double click on the wireless Icon on the system try(a computer propogating wireless signals)
ii. Click on View Wireless Networks
iii. Click on change advanced settings
iv. Click on advance tab
v. Click on the button settings under Windows Firewall
vi. Check off button and click on OK.
Now check whether you are getting wireless signals.
For third party firewalls follow respective manuals.
2. Restart the service Wireless Zero Configuration
To restart the service Wireless Zero Configuration follow the steps below.
i. Click on start
ii. Click on run
iii. On run window type the command services.msc and click OK
iv. On the services list select Wireless Zero Configuration (It is the 3rd last one)
v. Double click on the service
vi. Click on Stop and the click on start
vii. Click Apply and then OK
If still you are facing issues with receiving Wireless Signals we need to follow some other techniques. To know that click on the link below.
Final Tips to fix the "Wireless not found" issue
1. Wireless Network Keep Connecting and Disconnecting
2. Setup Belkin Wireless Router
3. Laptop is not getting Wireless Connection
4. Wireless is not connecting even after disable Firewall