Fix: Windows is still setting up the class configuration for this device [Code 56]

In today’s article, let us learn to fix the wireless adapter error in the system. The error has two variations.


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Windows is still setting up the class configuration for this device [Code 56]

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Wireless adapter windows is still setting up the class configuration for this device (code 56)

This error shows up when the network adapter in the system has conflicts with the VPN installed in the System. This error is popular with Checkpoint VPN. Some users have noticed that issue on upgrading the system to Windows 10 version 1709.

Below are some fixes that will help you overcome the wireless adapter error.

Fix 1: Reset your Network Adapter

1. Open the Run Dialog using the keys Win+R.

Follow the below steps in Windows 10 : 

2. Type the command ms-settings:network-status and press Enter.

 

Network Status

 

3. In the appearing window, click on Network Reset.

 

Network Reset

 

4. In the Network Reset window that opens, click on Reset now.

 

Reset Now

 

5. In the pop that shows up, click on the Yes button. Go to Step 6.

 

Click On Yes

Follow the below steps in Windows 11:

2. Type ms-settings:network and press on OK.


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Settings Network

 

3.In the appearing window, scroll down. Select Advanced network settings.

 

Advanced Network Settings

 

4. The Advanced Network Settings window opens. Scroll down and locate the Network Reset option under More settings.

 

Network Reset

 

5. In the Network Reset window, click on Reset now. If you see a pop-up, click on Yes.

 

Reset Now

 

6. Now, you will see a pop-up, You are about to sign off. Click on OK.

7. Restart your System.

8. In the login screen, you will see a pop-up at the right-hand side with the message, “Do you want to allow your PC to be discoverable by other PCs and devices on this network? ”

9. Click on Yes.

Fix 2: Reset BIOS

1 – Turn Off your computer

2 – Now, start the computer using power button and start pressing BIOS key continuously from your keyboard to go to BIOS. Please note that Different PC manufacturers have different BIOS keys.

Bios Boot Menu Keys Laptops Min

3 – Now, Reset BIOS settings to default .

4 – Save the changes and exit.

Fix 3: Uninstall VPN

Turn Off or Uninstall VPN for a while and see if the issue has been resolved

Fix 4: Do a system restore

1 – Search rstrui in Windows search box.

2 -Click on RSTRUI.

3 -Now, restore your system to an earlier date.

System Restore Min

 

Fix 5: Uninstall and reinstall your network adapter

1. Open the Run Dialog.

2. Type devmgmt.msc and hit Enter.

 

 

Devmgmt

 

 

3. In the Device Manager window that opens, scroll down and double-click on Network adapters.

4. Right-click on your Wireless Adapter and select Uninstall Device.

 

Uninstall Network Adapter

 

5. In the Uninstall Device window, click on the Uninstall button.

 

Click On Uninstall

 

6. Restart the System.

Check if this helps.

Fix 6: Run Troubleshooter for Internet Connection

1. Open the Run Dialog.

2. Type the command ms-settings:troubleshoot, and press the Enter key.

 

Troubleshoot

 

Follow the below steps in Windows 10:

3. In the opening window, click on Additional troubleshooters.

 

Additional Troubleshooters

 

4. Click on Internet Connections.

5. Press on the Run the troubleshooter button. Go to Step 6.

 

Internet Connections Run The Troubleshooter

 

Follow the below steps in Windows 11: 

3. In the appearing window, click on Other troubleshooters.

 

Other Troubleshooters

 

4. In the opening window, locate the Internet Connections option.

5. Click on the Run button next to Internet connections.

 


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Internet Connections

 

6. In the troubleshooter window, select Troubleshoot my connection to the internet.

7. Choose the option Try these repairs as Administrator.

8. Wait till your connection is repaired.

Fix 7: Uninstall recent Update

If you are seeing the issue after the system update, identify the recent updates and then uninstall that update from the system.

1. Open the Run Dialog.

2. Enter ms-settings:windowsupdate-history, press Enter.

 

Update History

 

3. Click on Uninstall updates.

 

View Update History

 

4. Locate the update and right-click on it.

5. Select Uninstall.

 

Uninstall A Package

 

Follow the on-screen instructions and complete the uninstallation process.

That’s All Guys.

We hope this article has been informative. Thank you for Reading.

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