If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.
I can't find any first party drivers and it does not automatically update as it said on the site.
Hello All, I recently upgraded my laptop to Windows 10 from Windows 8.1.
One thing that Windows has got better at over the years is offering more driver support out of the box and installing compatible drivers for many components in a system without having to go online.
Windows XP didn’t have the best driver support from the CD although it did a fair job for the time, but the amount of drivers available on the Windows install disk really got stepped up with Windows Vista and then Windows 7.
If you’re lucky you have the driver files backed up somewhere or a driver installer package such as Driver Pack Solution, but many users won’t have those things to hand.
If you have access to another computer there are ways around this issue to get your network driver installed even though you don’t have a driver for it, here we have four solutions that can help. 3DP Net3DP Net has been around for several years and is a dedicated network adapter driver installer that supports a wide array of ethernet and Wifi adapters for offline installation.
Nowadays Windows can usually install the majority of the most important drivers on a system without having to connect to the internet first.
After a visit to Windows Update, there will probably be one or two drivers at the most which need to be downloaded from a third party.
There is a driver though which is one of the most important of all, and that is the network adapter driver.
If you have no wired or wireless network driver installed, you have no internet connection.
When you run the downloaded EXE it will ask for a location to extract the files, make sure the target has at least 1GB of free space as that’s about the size of all the extracted files.