December 27, 2015

WiFi Problem after upgraded to Windows 10

After you have upgraded your laptop, Wifi isn't working anymore. You are restricted to even turn ON and OFF. It sounds strange but we cannot leave it until we fixed it. You restart and try to reinstall the wireless network adapter driver, but this does not make you fix the problem.
There's have a solution to fix this problem. Laptop and PC comes with inbuilt Hardware Support Application software to manage and maintenance for drivers related to keep you updated.

Many people says you can fix this with third party software and even Microsoft have posted a solution to fix this problem by running Command Prompt as administrative and then execute the following commands:

reg delete HKCR\CLSID\{988248f3-a1ad-49bf-9170-676cbbc36ba3} /f

Press ENTER

netcfg -v -u dni_dne

This may fix you the problem and if not. Try another method which have helped me solved with this problem.

Launch your Hardware Support Application and update your Wifi Adapter drives for Windows 10.

Click on "Updates and tune-ups" 
You will wonder like me that even after updating, it doesn't fix the problem. Some people says you can even fix by going to BIOS Settings. So, there is something  related to System BIOS so why not even update the BIOS from the Hardware Support Application to the latest version as update allow you to fix any bugs issue. 
After I have updated the System BIOS. My laptop Wifi started working as normal. I would recommend you to even update all  the others drivers updates available that your Hardware Support Application detects. 


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