Windows 10: Wireless Driver not functioning properly after several fix attempts Solved

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  1.    17 Sep 2016 #21

    Where should I find this update file.
    And for the In-place upgrade, it will have to wait a lot, basically for me to download it
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  2.    17 Sep 2016 #22

    if do not know where to look for the KB file, then I have not downloaded it. Forget it.
    It is not easy to get problems solved, it is time consuming and people have to have a lot of patience.
    You will need to do the in-place upgrade.
    Any way, your current config is not working, so you may try to Uninstall the Upgrades you have a see if helps, before you proceed with in-place upgrade.

    EDIT: I understand your Problem with your poor Internet connection.
    Do you have a System Image from previous OS that you can go back? That could be a good choice for you.
    Do you have any how "at home" some ISO/DVD or in PC a Recover Option to your previous OS? That coulde be also a good choice for you.
    Well, I want to help you, but sincerely I do not know any further.
    Last edited by Adalwar; 17 Sep 2016 at 14:00.
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  3.    18 Sep 2016 #23

    Winuser said: View Post
    Okay I did the in-place upgrade and it's working again! I almost can't believe my eyes
    Thanks a lot Winuser
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  4.    18 Sep 2016 #24

    Well, everything just can't end too well...
    After the in-place install, even though the wireless problem was fixed, after like 10-20 seconds into the desktop the explorer freezes:
    I can't access the task bar or start menu
    I can't Alt tab or Windows Tab
    I can't even Alt-Ctrl-Del
    I didn't even do anything yet after the upgrade

    Something to note is that everything is fine if I run Windows in diagnostic boot

    Edit: small update; it seems something is wrong with the system services, disabling all startup items makes no difference
    Basically the OS does not freeze if in:
    - Safe Mode
    - Diagnostic Startup
    - Selective startup with most system services disabled (default)

    Edit 2: After I isolated the problem (that a Microsoft Service was causing this) I tried disabling all Microsoft services and enable all non-M services
    Windows booted normally, then I started enabling services 10 by 10 to see which caused problems until I narrowed down till I found that the service App Readiness was responsible for all this
    Last edited by JadHajjar; 18 Sep 2016 at 10:52.
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