My laptop's hasn't been connecting to any wireless network. It's always disabled and I use a ethernet cable instead. However it did happen that I enabled the Wi-Fi; once I touched the turn-on button it froze my laptop. I can still turn it off, but it doesn't initialize anymore. My laptop boots like in 10s and then gets frozen in the booting screen.
However, I got into the Safe Mode automatically after restarting it several times. Safe Mode allows me to use cmd, so I wonder how could I disable the Wi-Fi to get Windows 10 running. Is there any
netsh command to disable it even though I don't know my network device?
$ netsh interface show interface, but nothing's shown. It also says a auxiliar DLL
WLANCFG.DLL can't be loaded. Should I use a pendrive to push such DLL to the shell location?
$ netsh mode offline, still nothing.
So, according to @MarianD, there's nothing to do with cmd. Should I use another OS, then?