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Can't add HP Pavilion laptop to Win 10 homegroup

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#1 stonecherub


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Posted 01 January 2018 - 09:07 PM

Three computers, all running Win10 "Creator's update"


Two desk machines (Win10 pro) linked with homegroup just fine. 


Pavilion laptop (win10 home) can't join because it lacks ipv6 capability.


Found the name of the driver file I need:

WAN Miniport (IPv6) MS_NDISWAN IPV6  10.0.14393.0

but I can't figure out how to get it from MS. It's not in the store and Google searches throw me into "driver-scam hell," a plethora of driver websites, Free! Free! Free! unless you want to use them for anything.


Suggestions would be appreciated, it's gotta be in Redmond, somewhere. 


HP Pavilion dm1 4310ns, maybe 6 years old, started with win 8 but upgraded. 

Router-computer distance - 2 m.

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