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1. Press WIN+X keys together to launch WIN+X menu and select Device Manager option. Alternatively, you can open it using devmgmt.msc command in RUN or Search box.
2. Now locate the Network adapters section.
3. Right-click on each network adapter one bye one and select Uninstall option.
4. Once all have been removed, right-click again and select Scan for hardware changes option.
The adapters will be rediscovered and Windows will reinstall the drivers. Restart your computer .
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