As is usually the case, in the comments, I was asked a question about the “Wireless disabled” error, which appears as a result of running a troubleshooting. The error itself is displayed with the status “not fixed”. As far as I understand, this error is most often encountered in Windows 7. But in Windows 8 and Windows 10, as a result of diagnostics, you can see a message that the wireless connection is disabled and that this problem could not be fixed.
Of course, no one will run troubleshooting just like that. This means that there are some problems with connecting to the Internet via a Wi-Fi network. Most likely, the wireless module is actually disabled. There is a red cross on the notification panel, and the “No connection” status is near the adapter itself.
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