The network icon on the taskbar of my HUAWEI computer is missing
|The network icon on the taskbar of my HUAWEI computer is missing
There is no Wi-Fi icon in the bottom-right corner on the taskbar of the computer.
- The registry files related to the Windows operating system and network are deleted or modified.
- The running status of the network adapter driver of the computer is abnormal.
- Check whether the network icon is hidden.
The page varies depending on the OS. The actual page prevails.
- Right-click any blank area on the taskbar and choose Taskbar settings.
- Swipe down on the Taskbar screen to the Notification area, then click Turn system icons on or off.
- Find Network on the right of the page and ensure that the switch is enabled.
- Press Win+X to open Device Manager, click Network adapters, and check whether the network adapter driver of the computer is lost.
- Intel network adapter driver: Intel(R) Wireless-AC 9560 or Intel(R) Wi-Fi 6 AX2*1.
- AMD network adapter driver: Realtek 8822CE Wireless LAN 802.11ac PCI-E NIC or Intel(R) Wi-Fi 6 AX201.
- HUAWEI MateBook E Go network adapter driver: Qualcomm QCA639x Wi-Fi 6 Dual Band Simultaneous (DBS) Network Adapter, or Qualcomm WCN685x Wi-Fi 6E Dual Band Simultaneous (DBS) WiFiCx Network Adapter.
- HUAWEI MateBook E 2019 network adapter driver: Qualcomm (R) Wi-Fi B/G/N/AC(2X2)SVc
- If the network adapter driver is missing, connect an Android phone to the computer using a USB cable, go to the phone's USB tethering, and wait until the network icon in the lower right corner of the computer changes to the small computer icon. Open any website and check that you can access the Internet. Open Huawei PC Manager, go to , click CHECK, and update and install the driver as needed. , enable
- If the network adapter driver exists, perform the following steps to uninstall and reinstall the network adapter driver:
- Right-click , select Device Manager, and find Network adapters. Right-click the network adapter driver as needed, click Uninstall Device, select Attempt to remove the driver for this device, and click Uninstall.
- After the uninstallation is complete, restart the computer, connect an Android phone to the computer using a USB cable, and make sure that the computer can access the Internet. Open Huawei PC Manager, go to , select the wireless network adapter as needed, and click UPDATE.
- After you have installed the driver, restart the computer.
If the issue persists
If the issue persists, back up your data, activate your Office account, and use F10 to restore your device to its factory settings. If the issue remains unresolved, take your device and proof of purchase to an authorized Huawei Customer Service Center for assistance. (Tip: Feel free to call the Huawei consumer service hotline for assistance before going to a Huawei Customer Service Center.) We will do our best to address your needs.