A Guide To Fix Your Wi-Fi Issues After Windows 10 Upgrade

Posted: Nov 17 2016, 11:29am CST | by , in News | Technology News

 

A guide to Fix Your Wi-Fi issues after windows 10 Upgrade
 

Many people are facing a Wi-Fi driver issue when they upgrade to windows 10. In this situation windows 10 is unable to connect to visible and available Wi-Fi networks in range. However there is a solution to fix this problem now.

This Wi-Fi issue is mainly faced by those machines which are upgraded from Windows 7 or 8.1 to Windows 10. It is also a source of problem for old VPN clients who are unfortunately configured on a very old Windows Setup.

Cisco users suffer the most from this problem. Microsoft has given a statement in which it states that the company is sure the problem is caused by a piece of software. The problem is serious and no amount or reboots or safe mode investigations can make you get rid of it. You don’t have to worry much though. Below are the three simple steps by which you can fix the problem.

1. First and Foremost you have to launch ‘command Prompt’ as Admin. You may do this by clicking on the Start button. Then choose Command Prompt Admin from the menu.

2. type the following command and press the ‘Enter’ button reg delete HKCR\CLSID\{988248f3-a1ad-49bf-9170-676cbbc36ba3} /va /f

3. You still have to enter another command. Type the following command and press enter netcfg -v -u dni_dne Once you are done with these steps you just have to restart your machine.

All networks will be visible you will be able to successfully connect to them without any issue. If you happen to be an old Cisco VPN client or Sonic Global client make sure you uninstall your old version of Windows before jumping on to Windows 10.

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