What I did:
- Activated Hyper-V (Enable Virtualisation / Enable Hyper-V Feature ect.)
- Downloaded the Fedora iso 64bit
- Created Hyper-V VM and Installed Fedora
- Created a Virtual Switch for my VM
- Decided Hyper-V is total bullocks, decided to opt for a different VM Manager
- Removed my VM
- Deactivated Hyper-V
- Uninstalled the Hyper-V Switch Via Device Manager
- Restarted PC
- Lost Connectivity via my one network adaptor (my motherboard has 2).
Here's the funny bit. I'm running dual boot Ubuntu. When I try to use my 2nd network adaptor in Ubuntu it doesn't work. insert mind blown gif
Did Windows f#!k with my Firmware? Did I just lose my 6GB network card because some intern at Microsoft f#!ked up?