Recurring error 45 for wifi and bluetooth drivers?

Soham Patil 0 Reputation points
2023-11-28T17:16:08.7366667+00:00

So this has been a recurring problem in my laptop(asus tuf f15, windows 10).every 2-3 days my wifi or bluetooth option just disappears from the settings.i have done multiple things to fix it like:

1-do a scfscan(it fixed it once)
2-uninstall the problematic driver and restart.
3-troubleshooter but it just says hardware not detected

doing all this fixes it temporarily but not for long.is it a hardware issue and should i visit a service centre?

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  1. Wesley Li-MSFT 4,401 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2023-11-29T08:13:46.9+00:00

    Hello

    I’m sorry to hear that you’re experiencing issues with your WiFi and Bluetooth drivers on your Asus TUF F15 laptop. Here are a few additional steps you can try:

    Update your drivers: Make sure that your WiFi and Bluetooth drivers are up-to-date. You can download the latest drivers from the Asus support website.

    Run the Network Troubleshooter: The Network Troubleshooter can help diagnose and fix common connection problems. To run it, go to Settings > Network & Internet > Status > Network troubleshooter.

    Reset your network settings: This will reinstall your network adapters and set other networking components back to their original settings. You might need to reinstall other networking software afterwards, such as VPN client software or virtual switches.

    Check WLAN AutoConfig: Ensure that the WLAN AutoConfig service is running. You can check this by pressing the Windows logo key and R simultaneously, typing services.msc and pressing Enter, locating WLAN AutoConfig and double-clicking it, and ensuring that the Startup type is set to Automatic.

    If none of these steps work, it could indeed be a hardware issue. In that case, I would recommend taking your laptop to a service center for further diagnosis. Remember to back up all important data before handing over your laptop for repair.

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