Error WiFi icon appears red X cross section and not to the WiFi icon are quite often very different laptops that typically cause by turning off the WiFi rather than WiFi driver, if the driver WiFi so it will no icon WiFi so when this error you do not need to reinstall, update driver … do anything that can fix by turning on the WiFi up.
I will going to hope you fix it soon * Common fix: The red X on WiFi icon windows error by software – you can auto fix by tool of windows as this video – Click to Red X WiFi icon, and then, trouble shooting – if appear notification is: wifi capacity is turn off. Please restart 1 time and do as: :
1-if we forgot turn on Wifi capactiy Depending on each laptop that will function toggle wifi in different positions, but the Fn + Common Combine 1 F F2 function key or something. But have in common is the key feature wifi icon column as shown below and you can refer to
For example on the ASUS laptop will turn on wifi on by pressing Fn + F2 ; Dell : Fn+F2, thinkpad FN +F5 , HP: FN +F10 or direct
Some other examples Japan laptop as VAIO laptops may have on / off key private wifi on the edge next to the On / Off and not above the keyboard:
2- If it disable in bios
Some time, wifi capacity is disable in bios.
Enable wifi capacity is disable in bios Lenovo laptop:
Enter BIOS (How to enter BIOS in Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 10)
Switch to “Configuration” or “Advanced” tab, navigate to Wireless Lan (Wireless or Wireless Device)
Set as “Enabled” or “Disabled”
Save and Exit the BIOS (Figures are for reference)
Enable wifi capacity is disable in bios HP laptop:
Press F10 at the power-on bios screen
Navigate to the Security menu
Choose Device Security
Verify that “Wireless Network Button” is set to enable. If set to disable, change this to enable and press F10 to confirm settings.
Exit the bios from the File menu, Choose Save Changes and Exit.
Enable wifi capacity is disable in bios Dell laptop:
– Power off the laptop
– Power it back on and as ‘Dell splash screen’ appears, repeatedly tap < F2 > (BIOS screen appears)
– Use arrow keys to navigate to the option: ‘Advanced’ (Following screen appears)
– Use arrow keys on the keyboard to open ‘Advanced’ section and further navigate to ‘Wireless’
– Please ensure that ‘Wireless Switch’ is set to ‘All’; and Internal Bluetooth/WLAN/WWAN are all ‘Enabled’
– Tap < F10 > to save settings; and exit
– Enter into ‘Windows’ and recheck the results
Enable wifi capacity is disable in bios Asus laptop:
Press F2 – go to advanced and enable onboard wlan: