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Topic # 198501 11-Jul-2016 18:18
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I have Installed windows 10 on my computer it was a clean install, no upgrades from an older operating system, my problem is i am not able to connect to WIFI via my modem of within the setting in windows 10, in setting window in the network and Internet panel there are selections on the left of the screen ( Data usage, VPN, Dial up, Ethernet and Proxy ) but no WIFI selection, Can anybody help with this problem ???? Have tried everything i know, Thanks in advance


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  Reply # 1589881 11-Jul-2016 18:26
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Have you installed the relevant drivers for your WiFi device from the manufacturers website?





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  Reply # 1589892 11-Jul-2016 18:54
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sounds like no wifi drivers, could check device manager and see if there is indeed one listed there


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1589904 11-Jul-2016 19:07
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If your computer is not too exotic...  Hook up a wired LAN to the internet and force Windows 10 updates. Windows 10 knows about heaps of hardware.

 

Looking for your wireless options: Left click on the network icon in the notification area on the bottom right of the task bar. If your WiFi is set up you should see available WiFi networks.

 

Checking for network adapters: Right click on the network icon in the notification area, select open network and sharing centre, then select change adapter settings, then you should see your wired and WiFi LAN adapters available.

 

 





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  Reply # 1589924 11-Jul-2016 20:11
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 Thanks Gordy, Have tried this option still no reference to the WIFI conection.


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  Reply # 1589925 11-Jul-2016 20:14
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what did device manager say?

 

windows button or the search icon, type "device manager" scroll down to network adapters, and see whats listed in there

 

should have at least 2 if you have a Ethernet port as well


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  Reply # 1589926 11-Jul-2016 20:23
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As the above posters have said, have you checked the drivers are installed for your Wi-Fi card?


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