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Before getting started, note that you may be able to skip the trouble of exporting and importing the drivers.From the Device Manager on the copy of Windows which needs the driver, if you can navigate to the Driver Store folder of another Windows installation where the driver is located, then the Device Manager should be able to search that destination for compatible driver files.To uninstall the wireless connection from Device Manager, Click “Start”, type “Device Manager” in the Start search box and click “Enter”. Select the wireless connection, right-click and select “Uninstall”. Now, you may install the latest wireless drivers and check if that fixes the issue.If you are facing issues connecting to a wireless network, we recommend updating the firmware of your Hotspot if outdated as well as updating your wireless network adapter's drivers.Running either of the Command Prompt or Power Shell operations below will extract all of the drivers in System32\Driver Store from your active Windows installation and save them to a new folder (we manually created a folder in our desktop called " You may also be able to have Windows Device Manager automatically search for a driver in the exported folder by right-clicking the device, going to "Update driver" and following the prompts for "Manually install a driver" until you can browse to your drivers.This didn't work for our Wi-Fi adapter, but the previous method did (manually installing directly from the INF file).If you want the file saved to your desktop, still be sure to change the username from Tech Spot to your own: For drivers to be installed on Windows, they must be located in the operating system's "Driver Store" folder (C:\Windows\System32\Driver Store\File Repository), which contains all driver INFs and their associated files.
From this page you can download a reference driver for supported Display Link® USB graphics network device that is incorporated in your dock, adapter or monitor.The device, a "Ralink RT61 Turbo," was purchased in 2009 and still performs well enough despite not having software updates since Windows Vista/7 and not being automatically recognized by newer versions of the operating system.