After upgrade to Windows 10, network adapter driver mostly would cause connection problem. Please follow steps here to fix the problem.
My laptop came with Windows 10 installed. Two days ago, it suddenly stopped connecting to WiFi. Broadcom 802.11 N Network Adapter Driver Windows 10 Acer. A Microsoft support engineer suggested: ' Method 2: Uninstall driver If the issue persists. Uninstall the network adapter driver and restart the computer and have Windows automatically install the latest driver upon restart.
Press Windows key + X and select device manager. Expand network adapter.
Right click on the driver and uninstall it. Restart the computer and check the functionality. ' Questions: (1) When Windows automatically installs the latest driver upon restart, does it find the latest driver from the Internet? Or does it find the latest driver from the hard drive of the laptop? (2) If it needs to find the latest driver from the Internet, how doe it do it if my laptop cannot connect to the WiFi? Hi Jessen, >>Did you make any changes to the computer prior to the issue? I bought the laptop 3 months ago.
The only change I made was to download a chess game from Microsoft. Other than that, I did not make any other change. But, Windows 10 makes very frequent, automatic, forced update.
So, to answer your question, I only made one change, but Microsoft has made many, many changes on my laptop. Tl Wn822n V2 Windows 10 Driver there. >>It finds the latest drivers from the hard drive.
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