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Unidentified wifi on Msi Stealth

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Michaelwu21

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So i got the msi stealth pro like 3 weeks ago. It was working fine until one day at a robotics meeting the wifi just stopped working. It said "Unidentified Wif, no internet access". We tried reinstalling the wifi drivers, updating them, nothing worked, and ethernet did not work either. Btw it has an Intel 8260 with ethernet killer gigabit e2400. I completely reset the computer and the problem was gone. Now 3 days later, the wifi stopped working again... this time it stopped working right after downloading Autodesk Inventor. So, i uninstalled it and deleted all the files in the disk. Wifi still doesn't work? Any tips? I tried reinstalling drivers, updating them, disabling reenabling them, ive heard people had problems with the killer suite so i removed that as well, and most of the youtube methods, but no improvement.


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One of the programs you installed or uninstall could be corrupting the TCP/IP protocol suite you can repair TCP/IP protocol suite by holding down the BxVxp04.png + X keys and select the option “Command Prompt (Admin)” from the menu.

 

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Execute below command:

netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt

Above command reset TCP/IP protocol suite after executing the command restart your computer.


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