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Re: Windows 10 Upgrade - No connections are available

2015-07-30, 0:25 AM

Solved for me by going back to Windows 8.1, removed the Cisco VPNs and reupgraded to Windows 10

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Re: Windows 10 Upgrade - No connections are available

2015-07-30, 1:14 AM

@all:

Did you shut your notebook down and restart it after a while? This solved the WiFi problem for me.

 

I had the same issue on my Yoga 2 13 after a clean install from the Windows 10 ISO file downloaded from Microsoft. After the installation of Windows 10, the device manager could not find any network devices. Then I shut it down with the power switch. After a while, I restarted my notebook, and Windows 10 found the WiFi. The device manager had no problem any more and showed the Realtek RTL8723BE network adapter.

 

Good Luck! :cathappy:

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Re: Windows 10 Upgrade - No connections are available

2015-07-30, 14:44 PM
@gerrans
Could You please specify, what exactly Cisco VPN was used by You?
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Re: Windows 10 Upgrade - No connections are available

2015-07-30, 15:09 PM

Actually, it looks like pretty much any 3rd party VPN clients are causing issues from the other posts on this I was following.  I don't remember which one we deployed but we use their ASM VPN.

 

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Re: Windows 10 Upgrade - No connections are available

2015-07-30, 18:15 PM

Thanks for the info. I removed my Cisco VPN and finally Windows 10 works and stays connected.

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Re: Windows 10 Upgrade - No connections are available

2015-07-30, 19:25 PM

I found the solution for my Yoga 2 Pro. Look here in the Windows 10 forum:  https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Windows-10/Windows-10-no-network-connections-or-wifi/m-p/2131559#M1037. 

 

Tim

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Re: Windows 10 Upgrade - No connections are available

2015-07-31, 2:55 AM

You need to remove Cisco VPN and AnyConnect installations before doing the Windows 10 upgrade. There's a similar discussion on the Microsoft Surface forum HERE.

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Re: Windows 10 Upgrade - No connections are available

2015-08-03, 20:16 PM

Same but I had Sonic VPN.  Looks like VPN's are the problem with many

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Re: Windows 10 Upgrade - No connections are available

2015-08-04, 14:02 PM

I had the same issue (Cisco VPN and SonicWall). According to Microsoft and multiple TechNet threads there are two ways to resolve the issue. 1. Roll back to 8.1 and uninstall the VPN clients. Rerun 10 update. 2. If you don't want to or can't roll back;

 

From admin command prompt...

 

reg delete HKCR\CLSID\{988248f3-a1ad-49bf-9170-676cbbc36ba3} /va /f

netcfg -v -u dni_dne

 

 

You may need to manually delet the registry entry if removal of dni_dne fails.

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Re: Windows 10 Upgrade - No connections are available

2016-02-02, 16:01 PM

I have fixed it after seeing a response elsewhere which says to switch off the computer and restart from power button and everything is well 

 

 

?????  

 

wierd but it worked 

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