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Old 12-17-2018, 06:46 PM   #10
Netdemon01
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Windows 10?

Press the Windows key on your keyboard then type device manager. When that opens click the button that looks like a monitor with a magnifying glass over it. It will search for changes. Expand out the Network Adapters and see if you have anything wireless showing. If there isn't one, you may try the Action menu - Add legacy hardware wizard, where you can manually select the hardware if you know the manufacturer and model of your network adapter.
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