Windows 10 1803 killed my WIFI

Windows 10 1803 killed my WIFI

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  • #143214
    Mias
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    Hey everybody,

    after the Upgrade to Windows 10 1803 my network adapter isn’t working anymore, it’s not even listed in the device manager. Does anyone have an idea to get it working again?

    #143224
    Chris G
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    Sorry but if this helps it killed my start menu 1804 did, it doesn’t work or settings and explorer is in a crashing loop. Not even a factory reset fixes it. Typical MS, one step forward and 3 back!

     

    For your issue try a driver restore in the drivers page using doubledriver.

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    #143320
    Chupa
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    you find a lot of answers regarding this problem in the jumper section

    go, just jump there ,)

    Need Help?
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    #143330
    Mias
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    • Posts: 10

    Thank you very much for the hint. I found the solution based on this post https://techtablets.com/forum/topic/after-win-10-upgrade-wifi-card-missing/page/2/#post-143093.

    So glad that my Wifi works again. 🙂

    #143366
    Chupa
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    see, the trick is look what other brands might have the same problem and solved it.
    under the hood they are pretty much the same components.

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    1981 soldered my first Sinclair computer 1K, tapedeck * 1984 build and sold IBM clones 8Mhz, 512K, 20MB HDD * 2018 messing with ultrabooks

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