If you are having issues connecting to or staying connected to a wired or wireless network, an easy first step at troubleshooting is to uninstall and reinstall the network adapter. This fix will bring the network adapter back to default settings and will resolve issues a large percentage of the time.

To Uninstall a Network Adapter Driver in Windows 10:

1. Click the Windows icon in the bottom left corner of the screen, and type Device Manager into the Search bar.

2. The Device Manager should appear. Locate the Network Adapter drop down, and choose the adapter you wish to uninstall.

3. Right-click the network adapter, and click Uninstall.

4. The program will confirm the uninstall. Click OK to continue.

5. After it is finished uninstalling the driver, restart your computer.

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