Plus some hundred others I have yet to have an issue with USB WiFi adapters (dongol?)
But when we install or upgrade to 10 we would always be sure the BIOS is current, motherboard drivers are current (no, you can't use the Microsoft Update Driver button.) And usually that's enough.
At no time have I had to play or adjust other settings.
Now there can be an issue if the router on 2.4GHz is out on channels past 11. Do you know what channel it's on?
Also, I have yet to find W10 to be a factor in WiFi setup. That is, unless the adapter has no W8, or later driver. I have to repeat that drivers continue to be the problem and not the OS.
So around a week ago, I had to delete my network adaptors in my device manager due to a problem with Windows 10 (surprise surprise).
However, being my un-witty self, I forgot to screenshot or save my settings in my network adaptor and now my wifi is absolutely terrible again after fixing it a while back.
I use a wifi-dongol to connect my gaming computer to the router.
The two adaptor cards:
802.11n USB Wireless LAN Card
802.11n Wireless LAN Card
My router is the Virgin Media Superhub (its not to super, very un-super).
DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem functionality (also fully compatible with DOCSIS 1.0, 1.1, 2.0)
24 bonded downstreams
8 bonded upstreams
Four ethernet 10/100/1000BaseT ports
Wireless b, g, n capable in 2.4GHz band plus wireless a, n & ac in 5GHz band (Dual-concurrent frequencies)
Five internal antennas
Up to three spatial streams in the 5GHz band
Supports WEP/WPA/WPA2 wireless security encryption
Supports WPS push button synchronisation
Built-in router, DHCP and firewall which can be customised and deactivated
Virgin Media customised housing
External power supply (12v 1.5A)
Now, my question is, what settings do I use in both of my Wireless LAN Cards, the only connection I get is 5ghz, but I am really struggling to get my optimum connection again.
What should I set my AP Force Mode to?, My country region values? etc.
If any more details are needed feel free to point out and I will add, thanks for help in advance.