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I am also missing the option to "manually connect to a wireless network", as shown here: It is a desktop Windows 10 machine with a Linksys AC1200 USB wireless adapter plugged in and I am trying to connect to a 4G hub.Linksys AC1200 is present and enabled in Device Manager (reporting as Linksys WUSB6300).The firmware updater doesn't recognize it being plugged in either.What's weird is it makes the disconnect sound again when I unplug it. Anyone have any idea on how I can update this thing?Now it can associate with Wi Fi AP securely but it still fails to get an IP address... This is a known issue with Win 10 if you have older VPN software installed like Cisco or in my case Junos.What worked for me was to uninstall the VPN and reboot.
Many users experienced that and there were many suggestions and none of them worked.After that it says "we're setting up '8bitdo receiver'" and then says "Xbox 360 controller for windows" is now ready to use....I plugged mine in first to let it install its drivers then pulled it out, opened the update tools and plugged it back in while holding the button. The light does actually turn yellow when you plug it in this way, even if its hard to tell with the orange shell.I just bought one of the wireless usb adapters to use on my switch and pc, so I figured it'd be best to make sure the firmware was updated before doing anything.When I plug in the adapter to my pc, it makes the sound like it connected, but then immediately makes the disconnect sound.
That's the only way I've found to update it.