6 days ago
Router: Linksys EA6350
Modem: Technicolor TC8715D
Motherboard: ASUS Z170-A
PSU: Corsair RM650x
PCI Wifi Adapter: TP-LINK Archer T6E AC1300
OS: Windows 10
Number of devices connected to router: 9
My PC has not been having network issues until yesterday. Yesterday, my PC suddenly failed to connect to my home wifi network. My phone and laptop could connect to the wifi network just fine, despite being in the same room as the PC. When I plugged an Ethernet cable directly into my motherboard, my PC was able to access the Internet just fine. But my PC's wifi simply is not able to connect to wifi anymore.
I have tried numerous solutions, including:
Resetting network settings
Windows system restore
And many more...
This is a video of what it looks like when I try to connect to my wifi network. Around 9 seconds in, look closely at the bottom of the monitor to the small wifi icon in the taskbar. The icon changes!
How should I solve this issue and get wifi access back on my PC? ANY help is appreciated. Thank you!