I am using Windows 10 build 10130. I have an old USB WiFi adapter.
When I plugged it first, computer automatically installed some drivers which worked fine for me because I was able to search and connect to other WiFi networks. I did install ts own drivers from CD. Since company had stopped making drivers for Windows 8, I only had Windows 7 driver and they worked fine too. I was again to search and connect to other WiFi networks.
But that was not the reason for me to buy it. I wanted to make my own WiFi network using it and its not working using both drivers.
It was working in Windows 7. Same CD drivers were not even working in Windows 8 computer. Is there anything I can do to fix this? Hi, Thank you for the update on the issue. If you could not create WIFI network then there might be a chance that wireless service is not running or if there is some settings changed in network adapter. Try to follow the steps provided below and see if it helps you to fix the issue. Method 1: Try to run in build troubleshooter ( Network adapter troubleshooter) and check if it helps.
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• Press Windows + W key on the keyboard. • Type troubleshooting in the search tab and press Enter. • Click View all on left panel. • Click Network Adapter, new window will popup. • Follow the on screen instructions. Method 2: Try to enable Wireless service. • Press Windows key + R and type services.msc in the search field or run window and press ENTER.
• Scroll down to find “ WLAN AutoConfig '. • Right-click “ WLAN AutoConfig “, and then click Start. • Check if the issue persists. Method 3: If issue persists I would suggest you to follow the steps mentioned in the link provided below: Why can't I find a wireless network? You may also refer to the following link for additional information. Wired and wireless network problems Hope this would help.