currently not connected to any network

I have a HP Omni 100-5050 all in one office. Windodws 7

Recently, it does not connect to the internet, and I get the message "no connection available.

When I go to network and sharing Center, I get the message "currently not connected to any network.

Until a few days before, everything was fine.  The only thing that may have changed, was an automatic

update windows.

I called HP support, and they offer a fix for a price.  Is this the only option I have?

Help!

PS My laptop is connected to the same network and works fine

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Thank you for the additional information.

I am not sure, but I don't think that there is a wireless switch on the keyboard there is on most laptops.  This is considered as a desktop computer.

Have you updated the driver wireless?  This may solve your problem.

As a last resort, you may need to perform a system recovery.  This will take the computer to its original configuration.  You should back up your personal data if you decide to go this route.  I do this at least once a year.  He always makes the computer run better.

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