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09-11-2022 08:45 AM
I got a problem with WIFI. I bought one week ago a new HP laptop, everything worked fine. I updated the system from win10 to win11. Everything workd for for few days. Yesterday I stopped working, jut left the device and today I noticed there is no internet connection. I coudnt't find any Wifi. Then I realized that I can't even choose from wifi list, there is no wifi device on device manager list, there is no wifi in advanced network setting.
I entered HP webside, downloaded absolutely all new drivers related to my product but still the same sitaution. I can work only on a wire connection. It didn't disappear from the list
It's my device manager (sorry, in Polish). Karty siecowe means network devices.
And as you can see no wifi networks here as well
I didn't install anything lately, eveything is up to date, no changes in hardware as well. Please help
09-11-2022 12:58 PM
Sorry to hear that you are having problems ... I would like to help you.
I got a problem with WIFI. I bought one week ago a new HP laptop, everything worked fine. I updated the system from win10 to win11. Everything workd for for few days. Yesterday I stopped working, jut left the device and today I noticed there is no internet connection.
(1) In most cases, the simplest solution:
=> Use Windows Restore to return to the restore point (date) >>> before <<< the error occurred.
See section < How to undo changes using System Restore on Windows 11 >
(2) Please report your results
09-12-2022 03:25 AM
Hi, thanks for your suggestion but I finally managed to solve it somehow.
I tried plenty of solutions found in internet but nothing helped.
I don't know why, but during restart I also checked BIOS (UEFI) and run there wirless device checked. First of all, the wireless diveces (wifi and bluetooth) were visible there. Second of all testes went fine.
And after restart wifi and bluetooth appeared in Windows. It's really weird.
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