Some Windows 10 users complain of an issue related to the sudden disappearance of WiFi from their system right after their computer received a Windows update. According to them, when they try to find the cause of the problem, they are finding out 'Intel Wireless Ac-9560"Driver is showing"Error code -10'in the Device Administrator. If you are faced with something like this, don't worry. In this article, we will discuss some solutions to this problem. Just follow them and the problem will be solved in no time. But, before moving on to the most important solutions, you should first try these initial solutions on your computer to try some simpler solutions to the problem.
1. If this is your first time facing the problem on your computer, start again your computer. After restarting your computer, check if the problem persists or not.
2. Try a "hard closure'-Follow these steps to perform a complete system shutdown-
for. Press the 'Power button'from your laptop / desktop until it shuts down completely. Now, remove the ac power adapter and battery from the laptop / PC.
After a few minutes, connect the power supply, insert the battery again and turn on the PC.
second. Pull out the power cord to shut down the PC immediately.
If any of these solutions didn't work for you, look for these solutions on your computer:
Fix-1 Uninstall and reinstall Intel driver AC-9560-
Uninstall and Reinstall Intel AC-9560 Your computer's drivers can fix this problem on your computer.
1. First, press "Windows key + X'.
2. Then, from the list of utilities, click the "Device administrator".
3.Once Device Administrator window opens, expand "Network adapters".
4. Right-click the "Intel Wireless-AC 9650" driver and click "Uninstall device".
5. Now connect your router with an Ethernet cable to your computer.
6. After connecting, open the Device Administrator window again.
7. In the Device Administrator window, in the menu bar, click "Action"And then click"Check for hardware changes".
Device Administrator will reinstall the driver on your computer.
8. Now unplug the Ethernet cable from your computer.
Restart your computer. After rebooting, you should be able to discover the WiFi on your computer again.
Fix-2 Restore factory settings
Restoring your computer to factory settings will help you for sure.
1. Restart your computer. When restarting, continuously press the "F2“To enter BIOS settings.
2. Now go wireless and set the first value to factory default.
3. Now press "Esc“To exit BIOS settings on your computer.
4. Your computer will automatically restart. Check if you can find out Wi-Fi on your computer or not.
5. If restarting did not resolve the problem on your computer, shut it down completely. Wait a minute. Like this, start again the computer again and upon reboot you should be able to detect WiFi again.
Your problem should be solved.