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General Information Before proceeding, make sure you have the latest Service Packs and Windows updates installed. Also make sure your wireless adapter has the latest drivers installed. If your computer has a built-in wireless adapter, download the latest drivers from the computer manufacturer's website. If you have an external wireless adapter,...
Article Id: 17953
Category: Basic Features and How To's

To View the Timezone: 1. Click on the bottom right corner of the desktop where the time and date are located.
Article Id: 18014
Category: Troubleshooting

Windows 10: Finding Your IP Address This will describe how to find Windows 10 IP address: 1. In the Cortana Search bar of your Start menu, type cmd and click cmd . NOTE: This can also be done using the Windows key +...
Article Id: 18152
Category: Troubleshooting

Windows 10: Generate a Wireless Network Report 1. Click the Start button in the bottom left corner of the screen. ...
Article Id: 19479
Category: Troubleshooting

Article Id: 19486
Category: Troubleshooting

To Reset TCP / IP Stack in Windows 10. 1. Click the Start button in the bottom left corner of the screen.
Article Id: 19483
Category: Troubleshooting

Run the Network Troubleshooter 1. Click the search bar in the taskbar of the computer, and type Network Troubleshooter. Select Identify and repair network problems.
Article Id: 19480
Category: Troubleshooting

General Activation Information: Before you can have a Successful Activation, your System Clock Time MUST MATCH the LSU KMS Server System Clock Time . If they DO NOT match, you MUST Manually Change ...
Article Id: 18015
Category: Troubleshooting

Sometimes Firewalls can affect connectivity. You can see if the connection issue is caused by a firewall by turning it off temporarily and then trying to visit a website you trust. IMPORTANT NOTE: Turning off your Firewall makes your PC more vulnerable to hackers, worms, or viruses. Turn it back on as soon as possible.
Article Id: 19476
Category: Troubleshooting

If your network stopped working after a recent update, try uninstalling the network adapter. After uninstalling, restarting your computer will connect it to the latest driver. To Uninstall a Network Adapter Driver in Windows 10: 1. Click the Windows icon in the bottom left corner of the screen, and type Device...
Article Id: 19482
Category: Troubleshooting