I’m not sure others have fully understood the query perhaps? I’ve had this too in the past, - your machine is probably using Fastboot, which effectively locks the devices into standby mode. So if you boot into another OS, the wifi fails as it’s still sitting in hibernate for Windows. Shutdown for windows no longer means shutdown, - it’s effectively a hybrid of hibernate.
I had to disable fastboot in the BIOS so that when Windows was shut down, it actually released devices and did a proper “cold” shutdown. A reboot is effectively a proper shutdown and restart in the classical sense.
Well I posted the solution guide I found so others could click it. I am not sure of the rules I just figured that would be best for future folks doing searches. This is my first time ever clicking the solution button so forgive me for making you upset.