- Can't Create Wireless Hotspot - Missing Microsoft Virtual Wi-Fi Adapter?
- Re enabling the Microsoft Virtual Wi-Fi Miniport Adapter!!
- Fix Microsoft Virtual Wifi Miniport Adapter Issue on Windows 7 [Solved]
Can't Create Wireless Hotspot - Missing Microsoft Virtual Wi-Fi Adapter?
Fix Microsoft Virtual Wifi Miniport Adapter Issue on Windows 7 [Solved] It causes users cannot use it to connect to another network or create a.can
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As per the above mentioned issue we have some suggestions for you. Windows 7 link :. Please refer to this thread and follow the suggestion created by 'FchRoyale' replied on May 29, Try the above mentioned steps and revert us back with the results we will be happy to help you again. Did this solve your problem? Yes No. Sorry this didn't help.
Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker. The first one can be used as a normal wireless network adapter to connect the PC to a network when the second virtual wi-fi adapter can be used to connect to another ad-hoc network or to create a wi-fi hotspot to connect other devices to the windows PC wirelessly. Windows 8, Windows 8. I have found the feature first time on my own laptop when I was getting a network connection issue. When I opened the network connections window, I noticed the virtual wifi adapter in the existing adapter list. Though the feature is very new and is disabled by default, you can create your own wireless access point either by using windows command or by using a third-party windows software like Connectify.
Re enabling the Microsoft Virtual Wi-Fi Miniport Adapter!!
The Microsoft virtual Wi-Fi miniport adapter was introduced with Windows 7 to allow you to connect to multiple Wi-Fi networks through an emulated wireless access point. If you are experiencing problems connecting though a virtual connection or if the computer throws an error message about the adapter when Windows launches, uninstalling it may solve the problem.
Fix Microsoft Virtual Wifi Miniport Adapter Issue on Windows 7 [Solved]
By using some hidden tools in Windows, you can turn your laptop or desktop computer into a wireless hotspot. You can then connect your mobile devices to this hotspot and use your computer's shared internet connection. In Windows 10, you can do this all with just a few commands in the Command Prompt. If you're using Windows 7 or 8, you can use an open-source program called Virtual Router to quickly configure the Windows virtual Wi-Fi tools. A program called Connectify allows you to create a wireless hotspot using the same wireless adapter your computer uses to connect to the internet.
I had never seen this before, so it made me very curious. Basically, Virtual WiFi is a technology that virtualizes your network adapter much in the same way VMWare virtualizes your entire operating system. Once virtualized, you can basically convert one physical wireless adapter into two virtual ones. This allows you to then connect one virtual network adapter to your regular wireless network and use the other virtual adapter to connect to another network such as an ad-hoc network or to create a WiFi hotspot and allow others to connect to your Windows 7 machine wirelessly like they would connect to a normal wireless access point. To play around with creating your own wireless access point, you can go about it in two ways: use the command line in Windows 7 or download a third party program that provides a nice GUI interface and some extra features. The first thing you can to do is share the Internet connection on your main network adapter so that when people connect using the virtual network adapter, they will be able to access the Internet through your Windows 7 computer.