Thank you for helping us maintain CNET’s great community. Message 22 of Due to the age of this issue, it would be best to create a new thread for this in the following forum: Here is the Ralink Wireless driver for the model you mentioned: Wireless Technology In other languages:
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If the drivers were the culprit, you should now be able to access wikiHow using your wireless connection.
The wireless adapter name is at the very top of the Driver tab. This will expand a list of all network adapters on the computer, including one that has the word “wireless” in its name. Not Helpful 6 Helpful If it isn’t there, look up your laptop’s specs and find the exact wireless card you’re using. Advertisements or commercial links. Here is the Ralink Wireless driver for the model you mentioned: This site in other languages x.
What can I do? To test your connection, remove the Ethernet cable from the LAN port on your computer.
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Unknown devices would be listed as such and marked out with a yellow question mark. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post.
First, download the latest version of the driver using a wired Internet connection. Not Helpful 8 Helpful 6.
You can find that information in the Device Manager. Sexually explicit or offensive language Spam: Sorry this didn’t help. By using this service, some information may be shared with YouTube. This document can show you where it is located.
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If you restart the computer the device does not reinstall? Disconnect your wired LAN connection. Message 27 of In the Run box type devmgmt. Hook the computer up to a wired Internet connection.
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I bought a refurbished computer and there are not any Network Adapters in the Device Manager. What do I do if my installed WiFi driver isn’t showing up under my network adapters?
In reply to oksanas’s post on November 27, If accidentaly don’t have the documentation, go to the manufacturer’s web site and seach for it. WindowsWuss Created on December 28, Not Helpful 2 Helpful 2.
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This topic has been archived. Thanks for marking this as the answer. Navigate to the Support section of the manufacturer of your wireless card.