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02-17-2022 08:00 AM - edited 02-17-2022 08:05 AM
You did not mention the laptop model. Some laptops have a function key to enable / disable Wi-Fi and occasionally it gets pressed by accident. Sometimes a bios upgrade disables Wi-Fi. That can be fixed int he bios. It is also easy to put the laptop in "airplane mode" by accident
type airplane into the windows search and see if it is enabled or disabled.
More often than not an upgrade from Microsoft replaces Wi-Fi drivers that are working fine with what they think are better drivers. If that is the case the driver can be rolled back in the device manager.
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