I'm running 8.1 and successfully upgraded to 10 last night. Unfortunately, my network adaptor has disappeared and I have no available WIFI connections. The only option is to connect via ethanet which unfortunately my XPS 13 cannot do. Downloaded and installed the latest W10 Intel driver for the Centrino adapter but no succes.
Anyone experiencing the same issues ?
I would suggest you to download the BIOS on working Internet computer and update the BIOS on the computer you are facing the issue. Please enter your service tag # on the link below, then download the BIOS required onto the system and install it.
Also, please revert back with a snapshot of the network adapter expanded in the device manager.
Thanks for the tip but that is not working. Although detected in the device manager the adapter is not vissible in the network connections. It seems that more users are facing this problem.
Cisco VPN client caused the problem. De-installed under windows 8.1 and the upgrade to Win10 worked like a dream.
Many thanks for your assistance.