Microsoft Virtual Mini Wifi Adapter Driver Free Download Install Update
Did this solve your problem? Sorry this didn't help. Tell us about your experience with our site. BlackOut Created on February 9, My Microsoft Virtual Miniport Adapter is not up to date It tells me this when I try to connect wirelessly to something and also when I view it in Device Manager, it has a caution sign next to it.
Now I keep going to update the driver in device manager but it keeps saying it is up to date, even though it's not! I uninstalled the driver sofware completely and restarted my PC in hopes that it would install new driver software, but it didn't, it just reinstalled the old driver software and it still says the driver software is old and not functioning properly. I can't even connect to the internet! This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
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Microsoft Virtual Wifi Miniport Adapter driver problem (Error code 31)
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Microsoft Virtual Wifi Miniport Adapter Driver Download
Just for a try, please remove the Wireless NIC driver completely and reinstall it to see how it works. If there is a new version for Windows 7, please also try it. Wireless Hosted Network Sample. This should be a virtual device, if the network works fine, we can just safely ignore this issue. Nicholas, Here is my concern. Same problem as everyone else. If I just uninstall and don't look for hardware changes, restart computer, it's back again. If your wireless nic driver isn't working properly, it's a fault in that driver, not in the virtual wifi driver. I think where most of you mouth breathers are having an issue is with cheap PC's sold right after win7 was released. Sometimes, it's not even the correct driver, but works well enough for the oem to get units out the door.