Try uninstalling from device manager DO NOT delete the driver when prompted, just right click on the wifi device under network adapters, uninstall, then restart. It will reinstall the driver automatically after restarting (it may ask you to restart again after it reinstalls), then try to connect again, you will need to know your wifi password to reconnect so make sure you know that first before uninstalling, it will clear your known wireless networks.
I've done that previously but I did it again for luck. Same problem.
Windows detects the adapter, installs its drivers, tells me it is working but won't connect. Pop-up states WiFi networks within range, right-click to choose.....Windows states no networks available.
The ' Cannot obtain IP address ' message no longer appears, just the ' networks unavailable ' message.
I'll reset my hub and see what happens.
Edited by wuzzo, 14 April 2014 - 09:31 AM.