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OK, all right - I will reinstall tomorrow

 

I am pretty sure it's "plugged and turned on" - I am using it now on ...


From it: 

"I dual booted Ubuntu 17.10 in my windows 10. While working in windows wifi works fine! But in Ubuntu it is always showing "No wifi adapter found, Make sure you have a wifi adapter plugged and turned on" Not getting any solutions online! Tried some of them but not working! Help please"

Solution from it: 

"I had the same problem. I resolved it by unchecking the Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power option.

The option can be found under Device Manager → Network Adapters → your network adapter → Properties → Power Management. I guess it's more of a Windows problem than Ubuntu."



At least now I know who was switching off my wifi :)