I tried executing your suggested 'sp112619.exe' upgrade and I got down to the black DOS screen, and then I was stuck for I didn't know what to do next. I hope the initial removing of whatever data, didn't hose up my computer. I will find out in a few minutes.
My problem is when I turn on my HP laptop, I don't find Wi-Fi turned On immediately, and on the 'Network and Internet Settings' status page there is no Wi-Fi button to turn ON, as well as no Wi-Fi button above the Eithernet button.
I have just now spent 15 hours straight trying to solve this problem. My cable company, Spectrum, assures me their Wi-Fi signals are working properly from them and back to them. I was told they hoped Microsoft support can help me. I have had a bad time trying to get connected with them.
I see my driver version is presently 2024.0.10.220. My other computer Wi-Fi works well off same modem and router so this definitely tells me it this computer that has the Wi-Fi bug. I am open to any further help.
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