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Windows11 doesn't detect wifi adapter

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Just got a prebuilt.

Ryzen 5600x

Rtx3060

Gigabyte x570 gaming x

16gb ram 3200mhz 

Corsair psu cxm 750ww

 Although I got wifi,it doesnt appear as an option anywhere. Checked network adaptors to update the drivers but it doesnt even find them. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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That motherboard doesn't appear to have onboard WiFi, so if you have a WiFi connection then you must have an add-in card. If it's not auto finding drivers to update you'll need to search the card manufacturer's site for the latest drivers.

 

What's the pre-built system you have?

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Was the computer advertised as having Wi-Fi? If so there should be a Wi-Fi card of some kind installed internally because the motherboard doesn't have Wi-Fi built in. Are there any antennas on the back of the PC?

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  • 4 weeks later...
On 12/7/2021 at 5:45 AM, BondiBlue said:

Was the computer advertised as having Wi-Fi? If so there should be a Wi-Fi card of some kind installed internally because the motherboard doesn't have Wi-Fi built in. Are there any antennas on the back of the PC?

These guys forgot to put the antena in the package,thankfully they called and picked it up.Thanks for the answer,have a good new years guys!

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