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Maybe your device is old and the wifi new or your device has failed. I would download a WiFi signal strength app from a reputable source and with a good reputation and see if any WiFi is detected on your device, go near the WiFi access point or router (at least in the same room). If that looks ok ie there is signal from the WIFi name you expect then look in the access point / router, usually done with a web browser, and look in wireless for a compatibility mode check box and tick it. This will lower your security as it will use older protocol but might help an older device connect. If it doesn't help go back and uncheck the box.
I hope this helps
Posted on Jul 12, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When I encountered this in the past it was attributed to faulty internal hardware (a faulty motherboard or PCB).
Posted on Jan 05, 2015
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