As per the title, on a fresh install of Windows 10 1511 64bit (fully updated, no customization), can't turn on WiFi in HP dv7t-6c00 CTO laptop.
So far I have narrowed it down to Airplane Mode and "HP Wireless Button"
Drivers for HP wireless button is installed BUT turning hardware WiFi button on the
keyboard (Fn+F12) on or off, turns Airplane Mode on or off, and in either case, WiFi
Drivers for Realtek RTL8188CE 802.11 b/g/n WiFi Adapter are also installed.
Sliding the "WiFi switch" under Settings > Network & Internet > doesn't work. It does
slides to right but returns to off right-away.
I'm hoping if there are any registry key / command prompt option to completely
disable/remove Airplane Mode (not just on/off), and then the hardware WiFi button (Fn
+F12) will turn on WiFi instead of toggle between turning Airplane Mode.
Thanks a million in advance.