I will try and explain this the best I can, in hopes that someone out there is having the same issue and knows whats going on.
I have an ASUS laptop that is not able to connect to the internet. I have never had this problem before and I have owned it for around 4 years. When I boot it up and try to connect to the internet, it shows an available list of networks, but will not connect. I have purposely typed in the wrong security code when connecting to the WiFi in order to see if it was just getting hung up on that step, but it let me know the credentials were invalid. So I typed in the correct code and it just shows no internet connection and that it is continuing to try and identity the network. I know that this is a problem with the computer, because my desktop computer and PS4 are connected and running fine, so it can't be the WiFi.
I dug deeper into the laptop and took it apart to get to the WiFi card. I took it out and then reconnected the two wires in hopes that maybe they were just loose. No luck.
Should I maybe re-download the wireless driver and uninstall the current file under the properties in network connections setting?
Let me know if anyone has had this same issue.