The first thing you should try is to turn off your wireless adapter, and turn it back on.  You can do this by clicking on the control center at the bottom-right corner of your screen, then clicking the Settings "gear".





Click the On-Off slider in the Wi-fi section of the settings to turn the wi-fi indicator to gray (off).  Wait 5 seconds, then click the slider again to turn it blue (on).  






Within a few seconds, you should begin to see visible wireless networks appear when you click the right-arrow in the Wi-fi section of the Settings screen.  Choose the desired home wireless network, and type in the appropriate password, if required.





If that doesn't take care of the issue, completely restart the device - not just put it to sleep and wake it again.  To completely turn the device off, click on the control center at the bottom-right corner of your screen, and select the power symbol (zero with a 1 in the center of it), then choose Power Off.  When the device is powered off, press the power button on the side of the device to turn it back on.


If you still cannot find your home network, or any network, in the drop-down list, you may have an issue with your network card or the Chromebook itself.  Please complete a support request, or call Support at (952) 707-ASK US (2758).