Troubleshooting: Create a “Network Adapter Troubleshoot” Shortcut in Windows

Here’s another handy shortcut you may want to create – a shortcut to “Network Adapter Troubleshoot”

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A Network Adapter is a device which interfaces a computer to a network.
Windows Operating system supports both wired and wireless network adapters through a software which is known as “device driver”. Network device drivers are installed automatically whenever adapter hardware is first powered on.
There are some common Network Adapter problems.

  • The Network Adapter is disabled
  • The Network Adapter needs to be reset
  • The Network Adapter is missing, out of order or Out of date
  • The Network Adapter needs to be replaced.

The following tutorial will help you to learn how to create a Network Adapter troubleshoot shortcut on the Windows Desktop.

 

Follow The Steps Below To Create It

1. Right click on an empty space in the desktop-> Go to New-> click on Shortcut.

New Shortcut

2. Now write the following command %systemroot%\system32\msdt.exe -id NetworkDiagnosticsNetworkAdapter in the location area-> Click Next.

Command for Network Adapter Shortcut

3. Give a name for the shortcut like Network Adapter Troubleshoot-> Click Finish.

Name for Network Adapter Shortcut

4. Now your shortcut is ready.

Shortcut Created for Network Adapter

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