Windows 10: Windows 10 pro 64 bit airplane mode on desktop
Windows 10 pro 64 bit airplane mode on desktop
To anyone having problems with AIrplane mode randomly turning on on your desktop.
I tried checking for viruses, installed new network card drivers.
Turned off power saving mode on network card.
Disabled wifi and uninstalled wifi adapter.
Edited registry and did the radioenable 0 step.
None of this worked
After 2 weeks this is how i solved it.
Uninstalled the following windows updates.
Hope this post helps someone. And Microsoft needs to get their crap together and get this fixed.
OH YAH!! I have so much rage in me right now over this it's unreal. For the first time in 5 yrs i almost did a fresh install and still might due to this ( not sure how to word it properly) lack of skill, from Microsoft. I just bought a MAC and now will be only using my PC for games, mail etc. RIDICULOUS!!! Updates always come in and things get way, WAY outta hand. Realtek drivers, now this. All that money and still can not get it right.
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