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  1.    12 Dec 2015 #31
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    Then i an assuming this is the correct one for you, check the driver version compared to the one in Device manager now by right clicking and select Properties of the device. Yeah, Dell is a pain just navigating there support page. No Dell here for me in years.

    Dell Wireless 1703 WiFi + Bluetooth Driver View details 2720_Network_Driver_JJM89_WN32_10.0.0.318_A00.EXE | Update Package for Microsoft® Windows® (92 MB)
    Network |
    Release date 24 Jul 2015
    | Last Updated 31 Jul 2015
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    Believe this is the version number 10.0.0.318
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  2.    12 Dec 2015 #32
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    If all is correct, most likely your WiFi is misconfigured, would run troubleshoot then, try by first right clicking the icon in notification area and select it. Other configurations require going into wifi settings
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  3.    12 Dec 2015 #33
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    Other way to run troubleshoot is open Control Panel and in search type Troubleshoot. On the list select Find and Fix Problems, then Netwrok and Internet, then select Network Adapter click Next.
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  4.    12 Dec 2015 #34
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    Yes, that's the drive I installed today, rebooted, still no improvement in Net speed.

    Quote Originally Posted by jds63 View Post
    Then i an assuming this is the correct one for you, check the driver version compared to the one in Device manager now by right clicking and select Properties of the device. Yeah, Dell is a pain just navigating there support page. No Dell here for me in years.

    Dell Wireless 1703 WiFi + Bluetooth Driver View details 2720_Network_Driver_JJM89_WN32_10.0.0.318_A00.EXE | Update Package for Microsoft® Windows® (92 MB)
    Network |
    Release date 24 Jul 2015
    | Last Updated 31 Jul 2015
    | Recommended

    Believe this is the version number 10.0.0.318
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  5.    12 Dec 2015 #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveTheRave View Post
    Yes, that's the drive I installed today, rebooted, still no improvement in Net speed.
    Try running what i said in post # 33
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  6.    12 Dec 2015 #36
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    Yep, I just did that for the third time. Every time, the "Find and Fix Problems" function on Network Adapters says it "found and fixed problems" with adapter or access point. So that's good. But still, no improvement in net speed. And it CAN'T be an issue with the router, because I get full internet speed on that same router with my Windows 8.1 laptop. Only with Windows Ten do I have the problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by jds63 View Post
    Other way to run troubleshoot is open Control Panel and in search type Troubleshoot. On the list select Find and Fix Problems, then Netwrok and Internet, then select Network Adapter click Next.
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  7.    12 Dec 2015 #37
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    O.k. try this

    Right click the Start button, select (admin) command prompt, copy and paste this into the open command prompt and press enter let it finish, then close the command prompt

    netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt

    Reboot the PC, try internet.
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  8.    13 Dec 2015 #38
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    No idea whether this is useful but I remembered Wynona having a bluetooth problem connected to Internet access.

    FWIW Bluetooth and Network Adapters - Windows 10 Forums
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  9.    13 Dec 2015 #39
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    No internet with Externder Windows 10 and HP


    I am having the exact same problem as the person with Dell. The only difference is that I have a brand new HP Envy Computer that came with Windows 10. In addition, the first few months of owning the extender everything worked beautiful. My suspicion is that a recent Windows 10 update is not compatible with the extender.

    I have followed all the exact same steps and also conclude that Windows 10.x and Linksys Extender RE6500 are not compatible. I have work to do and cannot go through this on a daily basis.




    Quote Originally Posted by DaveTheRave View Post
    Can anybody solve this one?

    After upgrading to Ten, my Internet speed plunged from 18 MBPS down to barely over 1 MBPS. It's specific to Windows 10, and here's I know: I reverted back to Windows 8.1 and my net speed returned to normal. A week later, I upgraded to Ten again and poof -- my internet speed plunged right back down to 1 MBPS again. There's more:

    I have a CenturyLink modem hooked into a TP-Link router, and I also have a Linksys Range Extender. The CenturyLink modem puts out its own wireless signal, and if I connect to THAT, I get my full 18 MBPS net speed, and I get that WITH Windows 10. But when I click on the TP-Link router/Linksys range extender connection, I'm right back down to 1 MBPS again. Always.

    This happens on my desktop Dell XPS 2720 running Windows Ten. I also have a Dell Inspiron 15 laptop running Windows 8.1, and when I connect to the TP-Link router with the laptop, I get full 18 MBPS net speed, at the exact same time that my PC is clicked on the SAME connection and getting 1 MBPS speed.

    So it's not the modem, router or range extender. It's something that happened during the Windows Ten install. Windows Ten isn't getting along with my TP-Link router and/or Linksys Range Extender.

    Here's what I've tried:
    -- Clicked to update my Adapter driver through Device Manager (it says I have the best one already)
    -- Downloaded and installed the newest Realtek Driver through Dell anyway, which says it's Windows 10 compatible.
    -- Unplugged and re-plugged my Range Extender to reset it.
    -- Chatted with Linksys Tech support. They say it has to be the adapter driver.
    -- Stopped all apps from running in the background.
    -- Stopped Microsoft from sharing my bandwidth.
    -- Unstalled BitDefender.
    -- Plus a few other fixes I found online that I can't recall just now.

    It's maddening because it HAS to be a simple, quick fix. I just don't know what it is.

    Yes, I could just connect to my CenturyLink modem signal and get full speed, but that signal is weak (which is why I got the Range Extender). I need that TP-Link connection for my full home network ... and 1 MBPS isn't going to fly.
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  10.    13 Dec 2015 #40
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    If linw idea doesn't work. I do have other some other ideas.

    You will need to uninstall any dell driver update programs from the computer, reboot if needed. They would be listed in the programs & features list.

    You will need to hook your computer up using the Ethernet connector

    Now download the dell wireless only driver from dell. Save it to install.
    Now remove both dell wireless & bluetooth drivers (Don't reboot if prompted) from device manager.
    Now install the dell wireless driver you downloaded & reboot.
    Let windows 10 install the bluetooth driver, it should do it automatically after reboot be might take up to 30 minutes.
    windows 10 may also update the wireless driver, that would be ok as well.


    Now, if that fails, you can try Brink's tutorials listed below or do a roll back (Caution roll back may not successful and you could lose all data and have to do a clean install) to your previous operating system.


    Caution-Doing some of the stuff below, you will not be able to roll back to your previous operating system unless you have a factory restore or a backup image of your previous operating system.


    You may need your installation media. Again you will need to use your ethernet connection. Just to be on the safe side, the realtek Ethernet driver you downloaded, save it to flash drive. So, you can install it off-line if needed. Backup any data you want to save.

    Refresh Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums

    If that fails you may need to do a clean install of windows 10.

    Windows 10 - Clean Install - Windows 10 Forums

    On dell systems windows 10 clean install does a couple of strange things.

    After windows 10 is installed and your Ethernet connection is working. You may or may not need to install the Ethernet driver that I had you save. Give windows update about an hour to download all the needed drivers. It also, seems not to install those drivers but it does. The install failure list should disappear later. Choose Reboot now when requested. There should be no need to enter a key during the install. Just skip or choose do it later each time you get a key prompt. It will get activated once your Ethernet connection is working.
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