I am experiencing difficulty with my wifi since the last update for Windows 10 Version 1511 form 10586.29. I can’t associate with wifi any more and after I investigate, it says:
At the point when I tapped on “Attempt these fixes as an executive”
This is what occurred:
Can anyone please help me??
1) I uninstalled the wifi adapter and reinstall
2) I tried the stuff “netsh” with command prompt
3) I release/renew IP
4) I tried to restore windows to a previous date before the update but it was not completed because something was missing in the registry.
What to do?
Would i be able to in any case return to Windows 7?
I know I’m a bit late here, but I ran into the same problem after upgrading from windows 8.1 to 10.
Updating the drivers for my network card didn’t help. Nor did uninstalling through device manager.
I ran diagnostics on the faulty wifi connection by going to Start > (search for) “view network connections” > right-click the wifi connection > diagnose.
It came back saying “Windows Sockets registry entries required for network connectivity are missing“
I fixed that by using the steps outlined in http://www.tenforums.com/network-sharing/30073-network-protocols-post505156.html#post505156 (you’ll need another working windows machine for this)