When I started up my Xbox One S (about two weeks old now) it wouldn't connect to the wireless internet and I haven't been able to find anything about this issue anywhere.
When looking for a wireless network no networks would come up. I restarted the console but the only thing that changed was that it was telling me the Xbox was connected via cable which it wasn't and has never been. I tested the network connection and it came up with "there's a hardware problem, the wired network hardware on this console isn't working". It says to contact the Repair support to send in for repairs. As I started going through that process I unplugged the console to get the serial number and plugged it back in to follow the steps I just went through to get to that point and as soon as it booted back up it was working like nothing ever happened.
I don't know if this is a common thing, a glitch or anything to worry about and I'm contemplating as to whether or not I should send it in for repairs which I want to avoid if possible. If it happens again I probably, most likely will send it in unless there's a valid reason as to why this is happening. It's fully updated, has been running brilliantly since I bought it. I didn't use it for three days prior, which probably has nothing to do with it but I don't know what else could have caused it. I'm a tad clueless and I don't know what to do lol help.