Device Drivers suddenly not connected.

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    Windows 10

    Device Drivers suddenly not connected.

    My Bluetooth device(personal area network), intel(r) wireless AC, Microsoft WiFi direct virtual adapters(1&2), and Realtek USB the family controller adapters all seem to have been uninstalled. They’re all showing up with a (Code 45). I’ve tried reinstalling the software using the “add legacy hardware” feature but it just makes a duplicate adapter that is also in a error state. This has caused the network controller to stop working and it says in its properties it’s a (code 28). How do I fix this?
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    Win 10 Pro (1903) (2nd PC is 21H2)

    Hi, welcome to tenforums. Please complete your PC specs (click My computer below my post to see mine for comparison) - Tutorial available if needed. Speccy or HWinfo can help.

    What is your Windows build? Sadly it's not a forum requirement so we have to ask time and again- Win key + r, winver

    Roughly how old is your PC? For which build of Windows are the latest drivers available?

    all seem to have been uninstalled.
    When this happened can you think of any particular event that occurred?
    e.g. received an update, a feature update (upgrade) - see your Windows Update History- is anything listed around the time this happened? Some maintenance action you performed? Cat walked over the keyboard? ....

    Do you have a relevant system restore point you could use?
    Do you use disk imaging routinely as tenforums so often recommends? - Do you have a disk image you could restore?
    (E.g. Macrium reflect (free/paid).
      My Computers


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