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CentOS 8 does not find wifi adapter

RolandT
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I have a dual boot system CentOS8 and Windows10. Wifi works perfect in Windows 10 but when I boot in Centos it says it cannot find a wifi adapter. (nor can I turn on bluetooth). Wired ethernet works.

I have a NUC10i7

What do I need to do to tell CentOS I do have a wifi adapter?

(It is strange as I have done other CentOS installations on this NUC and at those times lentos did detect the wifi adapter out of the box)

 

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RolandT
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No worries, windows 10 fast boot was the root cause. Switched it off and now everything works. Shame on me for not reading the manual:-)

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RolandT
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No worries, windows 10 fast boot was the root cause. Switched it off and now everything works. Shame on me for not reading the manual:-)

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