Windows 10 laptop is missing Wi-Fi adapter

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Network Adapter
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I've been updating my Toshiba laptop over the past few months and I just updated it to Windows 10. Then something wrong happened. It's no longer recognizing my Wi-Fi adapter. When I went into settings and networks menu, it's saying that there's no network adapter. But the Device Manager is showing the driver installed for the adapter. What should I do here?
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I had a similar issue with my Acer WIn10 machine.. The adapter kept disabling. Try the Microsoft help forum here. It has some good thing to try and prevent this in the future.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    As you told updating the system, please make sure all updates have done properly and finished. Check the update history, that if there is any leftover/ pending update for the system. You can try to delete the driver from device manager and restart the system, then it will automatically installs the driver.
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