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09-21-2020 01:07 AM
Yesterday I noticed that my Wifi connection on my HP PC (Windows 10) dropped and gave me the notifiation “Not connected - no connections available”. I hadn’t done anything different so it was a bit odd. After looking through the device manager and some quick fix guides online, I uninstalled the driver to my 802.11 network adapter WLAN with hopes for it to restart on bootup.
It never did.
I have now gone through multiple guides online and tried all sorts of things (netcfg -d, netsh winsock reset, physically taking out my adapter and plugging it back in) all to no avail. A system recovery didn’t even work, and actually showed that the cause might have been a recent Windows update.
Does anyone have any idea of what I can do?? I’m in desperate need of help here as this is my only desktop on hand right now and in the time of Zoom, that’s all I have. Thanks everyone.
For more info, I have the HP Pavillion p6741c desktop.
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