Enable Microsoft Wireless Adapter For Wi-Fi

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I have a Windows 10 computer. It has a Microsoft wireless adapter which I had disabled from settings. Now I want to enable it, but I can’t do so. Please help.

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Enable Microsoft Wireless Adapter For Wi-Fi

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There are a lot of methods. Try any one of them.

  1. Open the Start Menu.Go to your device manager. Find the list of network adapters. In that list you will find the Virtual Wi-Fi adapter. Right-click on it and select ‘Enable.’Now open command prompt with admin rights and type‘netshwlan start hosted network’
  2. If you are using a laptop with extended keyboard facility, you can simply press the Function + F12 key toggle wireless adapter.
  3. If you are using Windows 10, open the Settings app. Now go to Network and Internet. In it, click on Wi-Fi. On the right panel select adapter settings and enable it.

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