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https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/fix-wi-fi-connection-issues-in-windows...

Connection problems can be due to a variety of reasons—problems with the website, your device, the Wi-Fi router, modem, or your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Try the following steps to help narrow down the source of the problem. If the "Wi-Fi connected" icon appears on the right side of the taskbar, visit a different website. If the ...

https://support.xbox.com/.../accessories/troubleshoot-xbox-wireless-adapter-for-windows

While your Windows 10 device is running, unplug the device, and then plug it back in. If that didn't work, you can adjust the properties to enable Wake on Wireless.In the Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows Properties window, make sure to select Allow the device to wake the computer.To do so, follow these steps:

https://support.xbox.com/en-US/help/hardware-network/connect-network/xbox-one-wireless...

Click the wireless icon in the task bar. (The icon and taskbar are located in the lower-right corner of the screen.) Right-click the name of your wireless network, and then select Properties.; Click the Security tab, and then click the Show characters check box. (If the option to Show characters is not available, you may not be logged in with the Administrator account on the computer.)

https://support.xbox.com/en-IN/help/hardware-network/connect-network/xbox-one-wireless...

Click the wireless icon in the task bar. (The icon and taskbar are located in the lower-right corner of the screen.) Right-click the name of your wireless network, and then select Properties.; Click the Security tab, and then click the Show characters tick box. (If the option to Show characters is not available, you may not be logged in with the Administrator account on the computer.)

https://docs.microsoft.com/.../advanced-troubleshooting-wireless-network-connectivity

This is a general troubleshooting of establishing Wi-Fi connections from Windows clients. Troubleshooting Wi-Fi connections requires understanding the basic flow of the Wi-Fi autoconnect state machine. Understanding this flow makes it easier to determine the starting point in a repro scenario in which a different behavior is found.