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You should also check that you have the latest software for your wireless adapter installed.
Symptoms: Procedure: To delete an existing Wireless Profile in Windows 7 or Vista, click here : How to delete a Wireless Network Profile in Windows 7 Additionally you may uninstall and re-install wireless network adapter from Device Manager.
Right-click the device, go to "Update driver," then follow the prompts until you can browse to Driver Store on the other OS (or wherever your drivers are).
Also, exporting the driver files from Windows won't include additional software that would typically be bundled with a driver package, such as a utility that accompanies the driver.
After trying to install the card on Windows 10 with many files from around the web (downloaded elsewhere), we discovered that you can export drivers for third-party devices from one copy of Windows to another -- great news seeing that we had a previous instance of Windows on another drive where the Wi-Fi card was installed and functional.
If you need to identify a specific piece of hardware or the location of a driver file, the easiest method may be from Windows' "System Information" application, which can be launched by searching Start or Run for .
This driver includes support for the USB video and audio and Ethernet drivers for the Display Link chip used in devices.
The utility opens a window that lists system information including all devices, their drivers (with a full drive path for the location of each one so they're easy to find) among other details, and this information can be saved to a text file by going to File Export (no actual drivers are exported).