My window 8 does not have wifi symbol


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May 12, 2002
Click the blue "Download tool now" button.
Download and save the 18.6 MB-size MediaCreationTool21H2.exe file.
Double-click the saved tool to run it.
Follow the instructions for creating a USB flash drive that you can boot from to re-install Windows 10.
(Note: you will need a USB flash drive which has a capacity of at least 8 GB)
After that's done, go into the BIOS and set the USB flash drive first in the boot order.
Boot from the USB flash drive, then re-install Windows 10.
Make sure to select the correct version (Home or Pro) that was previously installed.
After you're done, it should self-activate.

It's my guess you don't know how to do all this yourself.
If you don't, someone who does will need to help you.


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