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How to fix broken Wi-Fi after your free Windows 10 upgrade?

Lots of Window users have reported that there were loads of upgrade bugs in Windows 10, including Windows 10 stuck in black screen, no sound on Windows 10 etc. Recently, several users are encountering that their Wi-Fi not available after Windows 10 update from Windows 8.1, 8, or 7, no Wi-Fi connections available after Windows 10 upgrade, or no Wi-Fi adapters available in the system. To resolve this issue, you can simply dial a toll-free Windows 10 support phone number and get relevant solutions accordingly.


Here are some of the issues received from users about this broken Windows 10 Wi-Fi issue.

  1. There is no Wi-Fi available on my computer after Windows 10 update.
  2. Windows 10 Wi-Fi is not working.
  3. There’s no Wi-Fi connection in Windows 10 on my HP laptop.
  4. Why there is dreaded broken Wi-Fi after I installed Windows 10?
  5. My computer Wi-Fi is not working on Windows 10, 64 bit.

Luckily, there are various working solutions to fix this Wi-Fi issue after windows 10 free upgrade installations. You can also take help from online customer services for Windows from certified technicians to fix broken Wi-Fi link after free Windows 10 upgrade.

Top 2 methods to Fix Windows 10 Wi-Fi Not Working Problem

Try the below-given methods to solve the Windows 10 Wi-Fi issues on your laptop, desktop PC or notebook computer.

First method:

Update Wi-Fi Adapter Drivers on Windows 10

To fix the Windows 10 Wi-Fi not available issue, first of all, go to the wireless driver to match with Windows 10. The driver of your previous Windows 8.1 or 7 is not well-matched with Windows 10 and the Windows 10 may have removed it during the update. So to fix this issue, use Driver Talent tool which can help you to check if the Wi-Fi driver causes the problem or downloading the latest one to match the wireless adapter for Windows 10. To resolve this issue, you should install this tool before updating to Windows 10 operating system. You can also take reliable Microsoft technical support for broken Wi-Fi issue for Windows from a third party technical support providing company and get customized assistance for the same.

Second method

Enter Command to Fix No Wi-Fi in Windows 10

  • First of all, right tap on the Start button and choose “Command Prompt” from the menu.
  • Now type the following command and hit the Enter key:

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

  • After this type the command below into the Command Prompt and press Enter key once more:

netcfg -v -u dni_dne

  • Finally, restart the computer and check back with your Wi-Fi settings. You now should see a fresh list of all the available networks within range.

For more solutions and methods to fix broken Wi-Fi after your free Windows 10 upgrades you can visit the official website of Microsoft and get instant support instantly.

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