Edited by emorapa at 5-15-2017 03:23 |
Oops, sorry for the second reply. I wanted to thank you but did not realize it was already posted.
I tried the solution you proposed, but that driver doesn´t work for me, I don´t know why. However, what I found is that, on the Devices Manager, just below the Broadcom controller, there used to be a controller called something like "Adapter wifi controller" that was installed after the first Windows update (the one that disabled the wifi) and now, after installing the driver you proposed and rebooting Windows, it has dissapeared (which I believe it's good). So, I tried to update the Broadcom driver again (because wifi was not working yet), but now I chose Windows to find the best driver for it, and automatically wifi started working again. So now, wifi is working and Windows is fully updated.
Thanks all for your help