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My wifi SSID seems to disappear whenever I restart my Windows 10 PC. The only thing that works to resolve the issue is to reset the network settings. I've tried updating the drivers to the latest version, but not sure what else could be causing the issue. My wifi card is the ASUS PCE-n15

  • It seems unlikely the computer could cause the Router SSID to go away. Have you tried updating the Firmware on the Router. That is the firs thing I would try, – John Feb 13 at 23:55
  • I'll give it a try. I assumed it was the PC because its the only device that it happens with – user3770416 Feb 14 at 1:10
  • Hello there. By SSID, do you mean you don't see any SSID at all? Also: define restart? If you mean from when you come out of sleep then this changes everything. – Natsu Kage Feb 14 at 1:54
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updating the router firmware seems to have solved it!

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  • Hi user3770416. If John's answer solved your problem, then you should mark his answer as "accepted". – m_mlvx Feb 16 at 14:36
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It seems unlikely the computer could cause the Router SSID to go away. So now update the Firmware on the Router. That is the first thing I would try, and that should solve your problem

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