So I just got a new computer and ethernet works fine, but I want the wifi to work so I don't have to hold a wire across my room. I tried >Resetting the network>Uninstalling/reinstalling the adapter>disable/enabling, but it just went back to not connectedMy computer has BIOS which can potentially fix everything, but there was an option in an older version titled "WAN Radio" that I can't fnd.Here are the specs:skytech gaming computer sth shadow 1200 gtx 1050 tiAMD RYZEN 3 1200 4-Core 3.1 GHz | 1 TB 7200RPM HDDA320M Motherboard 8GB DDR4Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB Video CardWindows 10 Home 64-bit
>>677725>blacking out the adapter nameFor what purpose?Are you disabling the ethernet first before connecting to the wifi? By default Windows will disable wifi when connected to ethernet. (If you need to use both, see this: https://www.windowscentral.com/how-change-priority-order-network-adapters-windows-10 and set one adapter to metric 1 and the other to metric 2 (lower numbers are used first)).
>>677975>https://www.windowscentral.com/how-change-priority-order-network-adapters-windows-10So I got to step 4 and it didn't show me what it should've
>>678048I always just do it through the control panel. But if you need to do it through Powershell for whatever reason, just to make sure: you're getting the correct ifIndex by using Get-NetIPInterface and not just copying "Set-NetIPInterface -InterfaceIndex 21 -InterfaceMetric 10" and pasting it, right?
>>678057I’ll try it