Alright, i'll make it short but informative; i can't connect to the internet without an ethernet cable. I have tried pressing the laptop's "WiFi" button, but nothing has happened (The light didn't even change), i have tried rebooting and going into BIOS to see if there was on option there (nothing), i have tried going into Device Manager, and under "Network Cards" i got 4 options (I believe i had 4 options, though now i have only 3) first i tried to deactivate it and the reactivate it, but that just made it not work at all, and when i got home and got my connection back, i tried to update the drivers (which is when i noticed i only had 3, because i was at school when all 4 showed up, so i didn't have connection to update them) but it just said that they were all up to date, i have tried using the windows recovering tool to go back before the problem occurred (Though i did get an error the first time due to my AVG being up so it couldn't complete, but after that i tried doing it again with AVG off, but the situation didn't change), and i know the problem isn't with the router, as the problem occurs with different WiFi's. In the beginning, it would only say "can't connect to the internet" over and over again, but now it won't even show the available WiFi networks in the area.
Well, even though that might be a solution, i want to first try out all methods for fixing it rather than just forgetting about that problem and working my way around it. And my guess is that my network card is not dead, and it's just a matter of getting the driver for my network card back (and if anyone can help me with that, that would be much appreciated, and if needed, ill try my best to provide necessary information).