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DomConWat
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Accidentally uninstalled Realtek Wifi

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HP 15-F222WM 15.6" Touch Screen Laptop
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi, I was cleaning out my computer last night and uninstalling unnecessary apps on my laptop when I accidentally uninstalled Realtek Wi-Fi adapter. I did not realize what I did until I restarted my computer and no Wi-Fi connections were showing. I went to device manager and underneath network adapters there is an ! Next to Realtek Wi-Fi adapter. I'm freaking out someone please help

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banhien
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@DomConWat 

 

Please download and install

 

                https://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp98001-98500/sp98235.exe

 

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BH
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DomConWat
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Hi @Banhien and thank you for the link!! After downloading and installing "sp98235" and then going into the "src" file I clicked and installed "install drivers", then I went to the "drivers" folder and clicked on the "Win 10x64" file where I installed "DPInst" and tried to click on "RtkBtManServ" and nothing happened. Am I doing something that I am missing?? I am still only seeing the airplane mode symbol. 

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Was there something that I overlooked or missed? Am I suppose to go to a different folder?

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