TP Link Router no Wifi Signal
The TP-Link produces high-speed cable modems, wireless routers, mobile phones, range extenders, routers, power media appliances, and other services. A common problem with the routers is Wi-Fi signal detection issue. Refer to the steps given below to resolve the Wi-Fi Signal issue.
- TP Link Router no Wifi Signal
The steps may vary for two different operating systems.
Please turn off the wireless adapter and turn it on again.
Re-install the updated driver of the router and re-configure the settings.
Check to see f the problem persists.
This usually occurs in the Windows computer if the Windows Configuration Utility is disabled, or it can also be as a result of running another wireless connection.
Open the TP-Link utility and exit the configuration tool.
Open the My Computer folder on your desktop and perform a right-click.
Select the Manage option to open the computer management window.
Locate the Services option from Services and Applications.
You will see the service list window on the right, locate the Wireless Zero Configuration.
Right-click the Wireless Zero Configuration and select the Properties.
You can change the startup type to Automatic and click on the Start button to make sure the service is started.
If you still can not find your wireless network, follow the steps.
Cross-check the WAN LED indicator on the wireless router or modem.
Check to see if the computer is still in the connecting range of the router.
Click the Advanced settings> Wireless> Wireless Settings.
If you can find the wireless network but fails to connect, follow the steps given below.
- You will be asked to type a PIN number when you connect the wireless network for the first time.
- The PIN is different from the wireless/Network security.
- If you cannot find the PIN or if the PIN has failed, you can choose Connecting Using a Security Key Instead and then you can type the Wireless password.