Windows Updates can update the driver for the wireless network adapter on your device causing your networks to no longer be found. This results in no Internet connection. To resolve the issue you can roll back the the driver to the version that had previously worked. The driver may appear in your Device Manager with an ! mark by it. Please follow the instructions below but replace the driver in the example with the one you want to roll back.*
To roll back a device driver to a previous version on Windows 10, use these steps:
Right-click the device, and select the Properties option.
Click the Roll Back Driver button.
Select a reason why you're rolling back (you can select any option).
Once you complete these steps, Windows 10 will uninstall the device, and the previous driver will be restored.
If the Roll Back Driver button isn't available, Windows 10 doesn't have any previous driver to roll back to. If this is the case you may be able to find another compatible driver
In the case “Roll Back Driver” is unavailable:
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