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HP Pavilion Notebook - 17-g119
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

 I accidentally deleted a network adapter from the device manager i am not sure which i deleted but the only ones that are there are realtek PCIe FE family controller and Realtek RT8188EE 802.11 bgn Wi-Fi Adapter those are the only two there but i deleted one. now It wont let me look for any  wifi connections and it wont connect to the internet even when I connect it with an ethernet cable it is also stuck on airplane mode it wont come out of it.
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Hi,

 

You could try the following.

 

Right click an empty area of the Taskbar and select Task Manager.

 

If Task Manager is showing in it's simplified form, click the 'More details' option in the bottom left.

 

Click on File and select Run new task.

 

Type rstrui - also enter a tick in the box for 'Create this task with administrative privileges' - and click Ok.

 

When the system restore interface has loaded, pick a restore point at least 48 hours before you deleted the network adapter and then proceed with the system restore.

 

When this has completed, the system will reboot.

 

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when I type rstrui and click ok it says system restore does not appear to be functioning correctly on this system A volume shadow copy service component encountered an unexpected error. check the application event log for more information. (0x80042302)
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Hi,

 

Ok, here's another option you could try.

 

First, restart the notebook and let Windows fully load for a few minutes.

 

Then try using Recovery Manager to reinstall your network adapter driver - the procedure for using recovery manager to reinstall specific Software and Drivers is detailed in the document on the link below.

 

Reinstalling Software & Drivers Using Recovery Manager - Windows 10.

 

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I downloaded them and reset my computer but i went to check and the network adapter driver was not there
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