It’s widely known that outdated network adapter contributes to internet connection problems, resulting in the incompatibility between current driver and Windows 10 operation system. To avoid this, you’d better learn how to update network adapter driver via the following 3 steps.
First of all, you need to access Windows 10 Device Manager to check if the driver functions well.
Yellow mark means the network adapter driver has problems, you must fix it as soon as possible since problem drivers would slow your PC performance.
Then try to find a new driver for the network adapter within the Windows 10 computer.
After that, follow the intuitive prompts on the screen to proceed and click “Close” to end the whole updating process.
Should the Windows 10 fails to find available useful driver for the network adapter, you need to visit the PC manufacturer’s or the device manufacturer’s website to install the latest network adapter driver. Considering your PC’s network doesn’t work properly, you can download the driver to a USB flash drive using another computer and copy to your PC afterwards.
Chances are that a wrong or forgettable Wi-Fi password leads to network disconnection, in that case, you can directly take advantage of Wi-Fi Password Recovery to quickly recover corresponding passwords however complicated they are, which makes downloading network adapter driver much easier.