Disconnect the Battery and Adapter
Press & hold the power button on your device for 30 seconds
Now, just turn on the unit and check whether the wireless lights are on or not
Visit Device Manager and uninstall the wireless drivers under the Network Adapter tab
Restart the unit and check if the light turns on
Make sure these drivers are always up-to-date
Restore your system to the time where you last remember that it was running smoothly
If this wireless networking was ok in the past but there was an issue with its connectivity, then go for Microsoft restore to restore your device
Updating the BIOS and Wireless drivers from HP official website can also do the wonders
You can also try updating the drivers from other websites.
Go to the Search Type Recovery Manager and click start
Choose Yes and then click “I need immediate help”
Choose driver and application recovery to select the wireless drivers
Install it by following the on-screen instructions and restart the unit
You can also try resetting the wireless card. This card is available on the back panel of your unit
If still, you face the same issue, contact the customer support and get the technical help by a certified technician.
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