Drivers for the OS might have to be reinstalled. Or an fresh install. Windows isn't very adept at handling changes like this.
Let's try the following.
1. Latest BIOS with defaults except what needs changing.
2. Motherboard then audio and video drivers.
Hello everyone! I have a problem I've been stuck on for the past few hours and if any of you have any tips that would be amazing.
After recently swapping out my CPU and GPU, my wireless internet adapter (TP LINK TL-WDN4800 V1) is not being detected by my OS (Windows 10). I have tried both PCIE slots, on bots X1 and X2 settings changed in the BIOS. Whenever I open the TP link utility, it displays an error showing, "Please plug in a wireless network Adapter." Running troubleshooting suggests that I have not plugged in my ethernet, which I do not have.
I must note that this wireless card had been working fine before swapping out my CPU and GPU. Maybe the issue is there, I'm not sure.
Any help is appreciated!