The next solution is bit more dramatic but does work in some cases, we will remove your device from your system and let Windows install it again.
1. Open Start, type Device Manager and choose Device Manager.
2. Locate Network adapters and expand the same.
3. Select the wireless connection, right-click and select Uninstall.
4. Restart the computer, if prompted.
We hope your problem was solved following this guide.
Tried this method a couple of time, it did not work. I am on Windows 7. Any other ideas? Thanks.
Thanks. It worked fast.No more worries
Thank you. It work…
thank’s for the tips.