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Windows 7: Windows 7 is not connecting to WiFi.

20 Jul 2019   #11

windows 7 ultimate 32 bits

I use Avast antivirus and it is the best antivirus because
it has helped me safe from viruses.
And my WiFi has started working.

My System SpecsSystem Spec
16 Aug 2019   #12

windows 7 ultimate 32 bits

again wifii disconnects automatically.
to solve this previous problem
i bought this usb wifii adapter
and installed its driver of course.But it is written in the manua,that one has to disable the windows default(native) wifii i disabled my windows 7 inbuilt wifii adapter.
and it was working.
but when my wifii again disconnected without any reason,I investigated the matter,
so opening network and sharing center ----------------->change adapter settings.
my windows 7 was using the disabled default windows wifii adapter.
long story short windows is not using the new usb wifii adapter but the disabled default inbuilt wifii to fix it
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 Windows 7 is not connecting to WiFi.

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