WiFi does not work after upgrading to Windows 10

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No WiFi after upgrade to Windows 10? Is WiFi offline? If your Wi-Fi does not work after upgrading to Windows 10, this message shows you how to fix the problem.

No WiFi after upgrading to Windows 10

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After upgrading from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 Pro or Windows 10 Enterprise, you may notice that no wireless network is available. If you are using a built-in Ethernet adapter or a USB-Ethernet adapter, wired Ethernet connections may also not work properly. This can be done by the presence of unsupported VPN software.

Here are some things you might try:

1] Restart your computer. Reset your Wi-Fi router and check if it works.

2] Next, verify that the VPN software is installed on your computer. If it does not support Windows 10, uninstall it and see if it solves the problem. If so, visit the software manufacturer’s website and download the version that supports Windows 10.

3] Turn off your firewall and check if this is the cause.

4] Open Settings > Network and Internet > Airplane mode. Make sure the aircraft mode is disabled.

5] To solve this problem, KB3084164 recommends the following. First run in a PDC, (2)

Run the following commands one at a time at an increased command prompt :

988248f3reg Delete HKCRCLSID{988248f3-a1ad-49bf-9170-676cbbc36ba3} /va /f

988248f3 -v -v -u dni_dne

If this does not work for you, open the registry editor. Navigate to the following registry key:

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTCLSID{988248f3-a1ad-49bf-9170-676cbbc36ba3}.

988248f3

If present, delete it. It basically does the same as the command reg delete‘.

6] The network reset function in Windows 10 helps you reinstall network adapters and reset network components to their original settings.

7] If you do not see your Wi-Fi network name at home, first make sure your router is configured to send the network name.

To verify this, connect your PC to your router using an Ethernet cable. Then open your browser, enter the IP address of your wireless router in the address bar and press Enter. Log in and visit the wireless settings page. Make sure the Enable SSID Broadcast, Wireless SSID Broadcast, etc. option is enabled.

The problem could also affect surface equipment.

Let us know if anything has helped you. See also if Demóstenes’ comment below helps you.

Related information: Limited WiFi connection problem on Windows 10.
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