Fix Wireless Network Adapter Not Working in Windows 10/7

Fix Wireless Network Adapter Not Working in Windows 10/7

Wireless Network Adapter – Are you experiencing network connectivity issues after installing update KB4515384? Here is a solution until a permanent fix is done on Windows 10/7.

It is becoming clear that Microsoft is experiencing quality control problems when updating to Windows 10. On September 10, the software giant began rolling out updates to KB4515384 and Rollwit for devices running the May 2019 update (version 1903), and soon after release the number of users began reporting problems with the start menu and search.

According to several reports on the Reddit and Microsoft forums (via Neowin), after installing the KB4515384 update on Windows 10, some wireless network adapters will stop working, and reinstalling the latest device driver does not fix the problem. Microsoft has already acknowledged the issue and suggests that compatibility bugs with Intel Centrino 6205/6235 and Broadcom 802.11ac Wi-Fi adapters are occurring on specific models of NEC devices.

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Although the company did not disclose the update arising from this issue, the timing and symptoms match the problem reported by some users after installing KB4545384. Microsoft is currently working to resolve this issue, but if your device is affected, you can either try an official solution or remove the update to minimize the networking issue.

In this Windows 10 guide, we will walk you through the steps to fix the network adapters on your device after installing build 18362.356.

How to fix Wi-Fi Network adapter after updating KB4515384 using Device Manager

To reduce the network adapter compatibility issue on version 1903, use these steps:

  • Open the settings.
  • Search for Device Manager and click on the top result to open the app.
  • Expand the network adapter branch.
  • Right-click the Intel Wireless Adapter causing the problem, and select the Disable Device option.
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  • Click on the Yes button.
  • Right-click on the Intel Wireless Adapter again, and choose the Enable Device option.
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  • Restart your computer.

Once you complete the steps, you should be able to connect to the wireless network after reboot.

How to Fix Wi-Fi Network Adapter after Using Windows Update KB4515384

If you are unable to connect to the network, you can optionally delete the update unless there is a permanent fix.

To uninstall Windows 10 update KB4515384 to fix the network adapter, use these steps:

  • Open the settings.
  • Click on Update and Security.
  • Click on Windows Update.
  • Click View update history option.
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  • Click on the option to uninstall updates.
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  • Select the “Update for Microsoft Windows (KB4515384)” item.
  • Click the Uninstall button.
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  • Click on the Yes button.
  • Click on Restart Now button.

After you complete the steps, your device should be connected to the wireless network Adapter once again.

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