Just download following ZIP file, extract it and run extracted REG file. Close Command Prompt and open Network Connections folder again and now it should show all network adapters without any problem.NOTE: Many readers have reported the error 0x80004002 while executing the second command.
Simply re-image and then mirror the portable folders back to the new image and you are back in business.
If you use online real-time sync such as with Sugar Sync, it will automatically update your portable folders after you reimage and you can also keep these folders sync'd across all of your devices which is very useful (no more packing around a USB stick to update all of your devices.) I also utilize a Toolbar on my Taskbar to quickly access or manage these folders and launch the programs (no external program launcher required.) First create a single folder that contains all of your portable programs.
In right-side pane, you'll see a binary key "Config". PS: If you don't want to edit registry manually and want a ready-made registry script to do the task automatically, download following ZIP file, extract it and run extracted REG file.
It'll ask for confirmation, accept it: If the above mentioned method doesn't work for you, try following solution given by our reader "Campbell": 1.
So if you are also facing this problem and none of the above mentioned solutions worked for you, try to uninstall your antivirus program or Internet security suite. If it works, you can try to reinstall the security software again, it should work now without any problem.
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I was able to fix this annoying issue using my favorite Registry Editor.
Actually Windows stores a cache of network adapters configuration in registry and if by any chance the cache becomes corrupted, you might face such kind of strange issues.
) on it as shown in following screenshot: I double-checked the Internet connectivity and it was working absolutely fine. To investigate the issue, I checked the Network Connections folder, it was empty. It was absolutely blank as shown in following screenshot: I did lots of things to fix the issue like restarting the router, enabling/disabling network services but all in vain.
At last I tried resetting network adapters configuration using Windows registry and it did the trick.
For your convenience, we are providing the correct value of the key. Close Registry Editor and open Network Connections folder again and now it should show all network adapters without any problem.