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Only ethernet available all network adapters missing

Discussion in 'Networking' started by mccslice, Sep 14, 2018.

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  1. mccslice

    mccslice Thread Starter

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    Had no way to use the computer online until ethernet thru my cell phone all adapters appear to be in the computer but blocked by group policy. I tried troubleshooting and reset network, network cmd prompt netsh winsock reset, ipconfig release/renew/flush and still am stuck. I have work to do need help, about to throw the computer out the window. If you know of any to fix or just reinstall a wifi adapter for now and fix main issue later, this would be greatly appreciated. Frustrated is putting it mild. Thank you . By the way this site is awesome gonna enjoy it more when not stressing.

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  2. Couriant

    Couriant Trusted Advisor

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    Group Policy is usually within a corporation/domain environment. I assume that the computer is your own personal computer since you have Windows 10 Home?

    Anyways first check Device Manager for any disabled network cards,
     
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