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Intel WiFi Link 5300 AGN adapter not working in Windows 10
Steve Replied on January 13, Up to the first of this year my WiFi card has been working fine. Reports wifi turned off.
To run an SFC scanfollow these steps: I ran the BIOS update in case there was a possibility of corruption and it would not over install over the same version.
We suggest that you contact your manufacturer to check your BIOS. In reply to Steve’s post on January agm, I am seeing the following warnings in the dism.
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I am running Windows 10 on a Dell Studio laptop and have been doing so since Sept. Kem Mon Replied on January 13, Type the qgn command: Just can not connect through wireless.
Unable to set the DLL search path to the servicing stack folder. What am I missing here.
Intel WiFi Link AGN adapter not working in Windows 10 – Microsoft Community
I can connect through ethernet. I have the same wgn In reply to Kem Mon’s post on January 13, Steve Replied on January 18, I completed the commands you suggested. Thanks for your help. Kindly perform these methods of troubleshooting steps and see if there’s any changes: This site in other languages x. Did this solve your problem?
Run Command Prompt as Administrator. Move wifi switch to on. I connected through wireless from Sept through Jan 1, The first seemed to run okay, but did not fix my problem. If the issue persists, kindly refer to VPN software installed can’t be detected in Windows Reports – Wireless capability is turned off.
In reply to Steve’s post on January 18, Kem Mon Replied on January 15,