Windows 7 laptop, new Wifi router. Router broadcast on 2.4Ghz, the 5Ghz channels disabled. Recently I noticed that my network SSID is not shown anymore in available wireless networks list, so connect to the router is not possible. New Wifi router, the other devices can be connected to router via Wifi without problems. A week ago I didn't have such issue, I configured new WiFi connection on my laptop, and everything went fine. All wifi connection settings on Windows laptop is default, worked with previous Wifi routers without any issues.
In network adapter settings, Wireless properties, is checked box "Connect even if the network is not broadcasting its name (SSID)".
I have not used Win7 laptop for a long time, it seems, laptop stopped show SSID after the Avast upgrade, but I'm not entirely certain. I tried to disable Avast, but this didn't make any changes.
EDIT: the issue is solved. The problem was in WiFi router. The Trendnet N600 dual band Wifi TEW-752DRU: this device showed itself as a complete rubbish, junk. When both 2.4GHz and 5GHz is enabled, the only 5GHz network SSID is shown and laptop tries to connect to that SSID, but 5GHz signal power is so low (even at 1m distance!), that Win7 laptop never able to connect to that network. I turned off 5GHz wireless, left only 2.4GHz, and set the '802.11 Mode' settings to "Mixed 802.11n and 802.11g", the other combinations just not work. In addition, router seems does not remember the settings that were set. If change one setting, it resets other settings to their default values, and this isn't always noticeable.