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After Windows 10 upgrade, There's no Wifi Hotspot Connection


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#1 dusabrive

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Posted 22 July 2016 - 12:03 PM

I just upgraded to Windows 10, but I can no longer connect to a Wi-Fi Hotspot.  Sometimes the Wi-Fi network doesn't even appear in the list;  Other times, it does appear but I receive the following message:  " You cannot connect to this network".  I tried updating the network adapter drivers but it still doesn't work.  

 

I took a usb adapter stick from another device I own and installed it and its software and that works, but I really want and need to have the built in wi-fi adapter work.  Can anyone help? 



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Posted 22 July 2016 - 04:46 PM

The problem is resolved;  I went to HP's website and downloaded the appropriate wireless adapter driver onto a flash drive and then installed it.






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