Laptop won’t show WiFi network options and won’t connect to WiFi

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I accidentally turned off my router, and when I turned it on and reconnected to WiFi, it wouldn’t work. I tried troubleshooting and resetting the network in settings, but now it just says no connections available, and troubleshooting can’t fix the “There might be a problem with the driver for the WiFi adapter” problem.
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