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Fixing broken WiFi in Windows 10 after upgrade

Microsoft has already rolled out its final major operating system Windows 10 worldwide. Almost one year is going to be completed to the unveiling of Windows 10 to some 190 countries, but a large number of Windows 10 users are still facing lots of upgrade related issues.  Installed on more than 90 million devices, the latest Windows OS is available as a free upgrade for the users of Windows 7 and Windows 8. Some people who have enjoyed a successful free upgrade of the OS are stilling making complaints about weird Wi-Fi problems. Some Windows 10 users who switched from previous versions through a free upgrade have reported that their wireless networks are no longer available. For such people, Microsoft support center is the best destination where they can get their queries solved and issues fixed in the least amount of time.


The thing that adds insult to the injury is the restarting and reinstalling the wireless network adapter driver frequently. That is why people start hitting the Internet for finding a right solution to the most infuriating issue after going through a free upgrade via different resources. As far as the issue of WiFi in Windows is concerned, Microsoft believes that the wifi problem is triggered by unsupported VPN software that is already existed in the Windows 10 upgrade itself. Moreover, the same issue can stop a wired Ethernet connection from working properly.

“The issue may occur if older VPN software is installed on Windows 8.1 and is present during the upgrade to Windows 10,” the technology giant added. “Older software versions contain a Filter Driver (the Deterministic Network Enhancer) which is not properly upgraded, leading to the issue.”

Luckily, there is a perfect solution to the problem. Just go through the following steps to put an effective end to the annoying situation.

  1. First of all, what you need to do is to right-click the newly-reinstated Start Menu, and to choose Command Prompt displayed in the drop-down menu.
  2. After this, just type out the following command ‘reg delete HKCRCLSID{988248f3-a1ad-49bf-9170-676cbbc36ba3} /va /f’ and then hit the Enter key.
  3. Once you are done with the last step, enter the below command ‘netcfg -v -u dni_dne’ into the Command Prompt and, then successfully hit the Enter key.
  4. At last, reboot the PC and double-check your wifi settings. Here, you will see a revived list of all available networks within range.

If you are running an older version VPN, you can uninstall the software before upgrading PC to Windows 10. If you are still unable to avoid the issue, then contact reputed tech support providing companies for finding your choice solutions via a remote tech support service: paid.

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