Wi-Fi disappeared on Windows 10 laptop

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I recently fixed a Wi-Fi issue on my Windows 10 laptop using the command prompt. However, now I've run into another problem. When I restarted the laptop, the Wi-Fi isn't appearing. I don't see it in the Wi-Fi list. What happened? What can I look into?
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Why did you fix this by command prompt? Have you updated the OS recently? Is there pending update(s) or somehow one or more updates not completed successfully? Have you tried troubleshoot problems facility on open network and sharing center? Also can check driver for Wi-Fi network in device manager.
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  • ToddN2000
    What command did you use? It may have fixed it for that session but did not resolve a permanent fix by adding it to your start up process. Post the command you use so we can better understand what fixed the problem until the reboot.
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