This morning I was having some internet problems so I went into device manager and ended up just uninstalling my WIFI driver and then after I did that it is no longer working at all. All I did was uninstall the device and then scan for changes. It was working perfectly fine before that, I was just showing that I had internet connection and none of the browsers were working so I gave that a try and must have messed up something.
My internet is now working - it was an ISP problem - but I have to have an Ethernet cord plugged in because my wireless adapter is not working at all. My adapter screen shows this: https://imgur.com/a/9JaIo
I have tried to completely uninstall all drivers and reinstall and update. I went to the Intel home page and downloaded the newest version of the drivers, went into my Control Panel and Uninstalled the Intel PROSet, went to device manager and uninstalled the device (I also deleted the driver software), then I unplugged my Ethernet and restarted the computer and then installed the drivers that I had downloaded. None of this changed the Error code 31 in the device manager. When I try to install the drivers through device manager it either says they are all up to date or gives this: https://imgur.com/a/NttqR
When i scan for hardware fixes i see this: https://imgur.com/a/8xnrh Apparently my Bluetooth and ISATAP also need fixed but I dont know how to do that either, or even what ISATAP is.
I am unsure of what could be the problem since it does not appear to be my drivers, since I have even attempted to install previous versions. Is it possible that the Device is not installing the driver from the correct location?
My computer is an MSI GS60 2PE Ghost Pro it runs 64 bit Windows 8.1
Here are the Hardware IDs https://imgur.com/a/xQMe
I have tried downloading and reinstalling multiple versions of the drivers and nothing seems to work. I read online that it could be a potential problem with the registry but didn't want to mess with that without a good guide.
Edited by NickStorm, 27 December 2017 - 05:41 PM.