Please post the output of lspci -nn and try to show all the output that may be network adapter related. The part that says Network controller may be for the ethernet adapter and there should be more that shows something like
Please try some way to get what you see on the screen to a text file that can then be uploaded as text into your posts. There are several commands that will have several screens of output and screenshots are not ideal for us to read, analyze, and comment upon the posts.
The first of this sort is dmesg, of which the entire output would be useful. It could be saved to a file with dmesg > dmesg.txt then the file just created could be put onto a usb, transferred to another PC (the one you are using to post) and the content then pasted into the post using the </> preformatted text button on the toolbar just above your text entry to retain the original display format.
Does wifi work when you boot a Fedora or other distro Live USB? It is often helpful to have other distro installers when troubleshooting hardware issues. I suggest live images with pre-installed hw-probe: Debian, ArcoLinux or OpenMandriva. These provide
the hw-probe tool, which (assuming networking works) will upload a sanitized snapshot of your hardware configuration. This helps build a database of hardware and drivers that work in linux.
sudo -E hw-probe -all -upload
Probe for hardware ... Ok
Reading logs ... Ok
Uploaded to DB, Thank you!
Probe URL: https://linux-hardware.org/?probe=XXXXXXXXXX
The “Network controller” line shows a Realtek “10ec:b852”, but there are multiple wifi chips with this ID. The output of sudo hwinfo show give something like:
Says: " We have not found a driver for the device in any Linux kernel versions up to 6.0 (according to the LKDDb) or known additional packages."
Many laptops have wifi on a removable card, so you may be able to substitute another wifi card. There are many high-quality wifi cards pulled from systems only a few years old when businesses upgraded to newer wifi standards. There is often a years or so lag before a new wifi card gets a
linux driver, so for many linux users an older card works well.