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How to Re-Enable the Wireless Network Adaptor

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This Tutorial addresses:
  • Windows
  • Wireless Network
  • Connectivity
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As may happen from time to time when you change a setting in your BIOS, you may start your computer with no networks recognized. This is because for some reason Windows disables your wireless network adapter. To re-enable it, you simply.

1. right click on the logo where your internet access should be (bars of connection)

2. click open network and sharing center

3. On the left-hand side, click change adapter settings

4. Right-click on WiFi

5. Click Enable.

Voila, you should get all of your network connections within your range to show up once you click the little network logo on the bottom right once again.
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