Open Networks Modems Driver

  
Networks

Open the File Explorer. Click the Network Folder, then clear the path in File Explorer, and replace it with 192.168.2.1 (or whatever router IP you have), then press Enter. The USB drive should now show as a shared folder. At this point, you can either pin the shared folder to Start, create a shortcut to the desktop, or map it as a network.

Whether you're at home, work, or out and about, chances are you'll find a Wi-Fi network that you can connect to for Internet access.

  1. Select the Network icon on the taskbar. The icon that appears depends on your current connection state. If you don’t see one of the network icons (or a similar one) shown in the following image, select the Up arrow to see if it appears there.

  2. Choose the Wi-Fi network you want, then select Connect.

  3. Type the network password, and then select Next.

  4. Choose Yes or No, depending on the type of network you're connecting to and if you want your PC to be discoverable by other PCs and devices on the network.

Try these steps to troubleshoot problems getting online
Connect to a Wi-Fi network

Open Networks Modems Driver Wireless

  • Aug 03, 2020 In order to open the Run window, simply press “ Windows key ” and ‘ R ‘ keys together. Now, you need to type “ ncpa.cpl ” in the Run window and then hit Enter. This will open Network Connections of Control Panel.
  • Download Modem drivers for Windows, firmware, bios, tools, utilities.
  • Original driver is available on the last recovery disc or you can use a generic modem driver by Microsoft from the list of hardware manufacturers in the Add New Hardware wizard. Conexant HSF Modems Windows XP driver 6.2.5.