5GHz WiFi not showing up on Windows 10

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The 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz numbers refer to two different “bands” that your Wi-Fi can use for its signal. Some PC users that install a modem with two bandwidths, 2.4GHz and 5GHz, which the product manual indicates that the device is compliant, might notice after installation that the Windows 10 computer detects only the 2.4Ghz and not 5GHz WiFi bandwidth.

This issue is caused by two main reasons.

1] You might experience this due to driver issues. So before you do anything else, it’s suggested that you update the modem driver first.

2] The other possible reason is that your computer may not have 5GHz bandwidth capability. You can check it by following the steps below.

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Learn more on https://www.thewindowsclub.com/5ghz-wifi-not-showing-up-on-windows-10

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