Ralink 802.11n Wireless LAN Card is a driver for wireless LAN card that is widely used by businesses to replace a wired LAN which is quite complicated and complicated. However, because this is a new type, users may encounter some errors when using. One of them is an error not found other networks in the same system
- 1. Fixed a bug where Ralink 802.11n Wireless LAN Card could not find other networks?
- 2. Enable or disable Wireless-N (802.11n) networking support?
- 3. How To Fix Broadcom 802.11n Network Adapter Not Working Issue
The main cause of the Ralink 802.11n Wireless LAN Card error can not find these other networks may be because you have not installed the correct driver for Wireless LAN Card on your system. Downloading and installing Ralink 802.11n Wireless LAN Card following the path below will help you fix the error.
2. Enable or disable Wireless-N (802.11n) networking support?
- Click the Start button and then click Control Panel.
- In the Control Panel window, click System and Maintenance.
- In the System and Maintenance window, click Device Manager.
Note: If prompted for an administrator password or a User Account Control prompt is displayed, type the appropriate password or click Continue.
- In the Device Manager window, double-click Network adapters to expand the selection.
- Click to select the appropriate wireless adapter, and then on the menu bar, click Action.
- In the Action menu, click Properties.
- In the Properties window, click the Advanced tab.
- On the Advanced tab, in the Property section, click to select 802.11n Mode, and in the Value section, click the down arrow and then click to select Disabled or Enabled.
Note: This image is for reference purposes only. The actual name of the wireless device listed in the title bar of the window and the options listed in the Property section may be different for your computer.
- Click OK.
- Close the Device Manager window and then close the System and Maintenance window.
3. How To Fix Broadcom 802.11n Network Adapter Not Working Issue
* Run the Network Adapter Troubleshooter
windows 10 has a useful tool called the Network Adapter Troubleshooter which can help diagnose and fix common connection problems.
- Select the Start button > Settings > Network & Internet > Status.
- Under Change your network settings, select Network troubleshooter.
- Follow the steps in the troubleshooter.
* Update your Wi-Fi drivers
If your Wi-Fi drivers are outdated then this problem can occur. You will need to update your Wi-Fi drivers then check if the issue still occurs.
- Press Windows Key + R to open run
- Type devmgmt.msc in the run textbox and hit enter to open the device manager window.
- Go to “Network adapters” and expand that section. You will find the WLAN card drivers here. If you do not see your Wi-Fi network card here, it is probably not installed so you will find it in the ‘Others’ section with a yellow triangle beside it.
- Right click on the device and select “Update Driver Software”
- Click on “Search automatically for updated driver software” to allow an automatic search. Connect to the internet via Ethernet for better results.
- Let the computer search for the drivers and install them.
* Reset the TCP/IP settings
You can try resetting the TCP/IP settings of your computer and check if this fixes the problem.
- In the search box on the taskbar, type Command prompt. The Command Prompt button will appear. To the right of it, select Run as administrator > Yes.
- Type netsh winsock reset and select Enter.
- Type netsh int ip reset and select Enter.
- Type ipconfig /release and select Enter.
- Type ipconfig /renew and select Enter.
- Type ipconfig /flushdns and select Enter.