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Belkin Wireless G Usb Network Adapter F5d7050 Driver Windows 10. I've read on Dell forums that other folks with the Dell 1704 wireless card (which is what I have on my Dell XPS 8700 desktop) get the same spotty connection after upgrading to Win 10. I haven't been able to find a solution yet. I've done the Win 10 wireless card driver updates from Dell's website and no improvement. I assume I've been doing that correctly: I've downloaded the driver files(s) onto a thumb drive (since I can't get a decent connection on my desktop) and then opening the drive on the desktop via the thumb drive, and clicking through the installer prompts, then restarting. It's not my DSL modem/router. The wireless worked fine prior to upgrading to Win 10 and all of my other devices are fine with the connection. This is my last ditch effort before trying to go back to Win 8.1.
I really like Windows 10 and would like to make it work out. Any ideas would be appreciated. Hi, Thank you for being a part of Windows 10. I appreciate you for providing details about the issue and we are happy to help you. Try the following methods and check if it helps: Method 1: Run the Network Adapter troubleshooter. Follow the below steps: 1. Type troubleshooting in the search bar.