PC restarts upon shutdown and WiFi adapter is nonexistent
Product: HP Envy 700-074
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
I have tried everything within my understanding to stop my PC from turning back on a few seconds after I shutdown.
The problem started months ago and I got so fed up that I left it alone until now.
Steps I have taken:
Turned off automatic restart upon system failure
Restored to 1/1/17
Upddated Windows 10
Updated Realtek PCIe FE Family Controller
I don't know what else I can do really.
In addition to this, my Ralink Wi-Fi Adapter is completely missing. It doesn't show up in Device Manager. My Desktop asks for an ethernet connection.
In Windows > Settings > Network & Internet there is no left-hand tab for Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi simply does not exist.
I'm wondering if this is causing the automatic reboot.
I don't know what driver I need to download to get my Wi-Fi adaptor back. I know it might be an issue with the card, and I am open to buying a usb adaptor. I am more concerned with my Desktop acting as thought it's possessed by a ghost.