Usually, these issues can happen because of unwanted setting changes, device driver compatibility, or bugs with the feature update. However, many factors can cause Wi-Fi problems. For instance, the network adapter driver might gotten corrupted during the installation. The adapter doesn’t have the latest driver, making it incompatible with Windows 11 22H2. It could also be a configuration problem or something else. If you cannot connect to a network and the internet, the computer randomly disconnects from the Wi-Fi access point, or speeds are not adequate, Windows 11 offers some troubleshooting tools to fix most Wi-Fi issues. This guide will teach you several troubleshooting steps to fix Wi-Fi problems after installing the Windows 11 2022 Update.

Fix Wi-Fi using Network Adapter troubleshooter Fix Wi-Fi using Network reset Fix Wi-Fi using updated network driver Fix Wi-Fi by uninstalling Windows 11 22H2

Fix Wi-Fi using Network Adapter troubleshooter

To resolve Wi-Fi issues after installing version 22H2 automatically, use these steps: Once you complete the steps, the troubleshooter will scan and resolve the Wi-Fi problem.

If the wireless connection is working again, you’re done. If it is still not working, try the following method.

Fix Wi-Fi using network adapter reset

If the troubleshooter feature cannot fix the problem, use the network reset feature to remove and reinstall the network adapters, which in most cases will resolve the wireless problem, including slow speeds or other issues trying to connect to the internet. To reset the Wi-Fi adapter to fix any connectivity problem on Windows 11 22H2, use these steps: After you complete the steps, you may need to reinstall some networking software (such as a VPN client or virtual switch software) as necessary. Also, you will need to reconnect to the wireless network manually, which may require entering the password again.

If you have connectivity again, you are all done. If the problem persists, try the method below.

Fix Wi-Fi updating network adapter driver

If the device is still experiencing slow Wi-Fi connectivity or another problem, it could be an outdated driver. You can resolve this by installing the latest driver from the manufacturer’s support website. To update the wireless adapter driver on Windows 11 2022 Update, use these steps: Once you complete the steps, the laptop should connect to the wireless network and internet.

Alternatively, you could also use an older version of the Wi-Fi adapter driver designed for an older version of Windows, which might mitigate the problem until there is a permanent fix.

Fix Wi-Fi by uninstalling Windows 11 22H2

If you have tried everything and the problem persists, then it could be a bug with version 22H2, in which case, you will need to wait until the next system or driver update. Alternatively, you can roll back to the previous version of Windows 11 until the Wi-Fi problem is resolved. In addition, it’s recommended to check the network settings on Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network Connections, double-clicking the adapter, and opening the properties page. In previous rollouts, we have seen cases where the networking settings have been disabled and DNS settings reset after the upgrade. Also, it’s a good idea to restart the router and access point to confirm these devices are not the problem. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.