Updating network driver
Note you need to have access to internet to run Driver Easy.
If you don’t have internet due to missing network driver, you’re advised to use Offline Scan feature of Driver Easy to download and install the network driver.
If the network adapter driver is missing, outdated or compatible, it can cause connection problems.
After you upgraded to Windows 10, if your internet doesn’t work properly, it’s possible that the current driver was designed for a previous version of Windows.
Update the network adapter driver to fix the problem.
You can check if there is a yellow mark next to network device name in Device Manager.
The network adapter is a card or built-in port on your computer’s motherboard that allows you to connect your computer to a network with a network cable.
Go to your network adapter’s manufacturer website and download the drivers for your device.Your operating system provides a Device Manager utility to let you enable, disable and update hardware you wish to improve.Click your "Start" menu (the small globe with a Windows icon) and click "Control Panel."Click the "System and Security" link and click "Device Manager" under "System."Right-click your network interface and click "Update Driver Software."Click "Search Automatically for Updated Driver Software" and let Windows automatically update the driver.Under Network adapters, if you see a yellow mark, the network driver has problems.You can use Windows to check if an updated driver is available. Go to Device Manager and expand category Network adapters. Right-click on the network device name, and then select Driver Update Software… Select Search automatically for updated driver software. The above steps above may resolve the problem, but if they not, try to update the drivers using Driver Easy.