My symptoms: • Sometimes my USB Netgear WNA3100 device, in the device manager, would get a yellow exclamation mark on it. • Sometimes my USB Netgear WNA3100 device, with no signs of driver or device error, would not see any wireless networks.
• Sometimes my USB Netgear WNA3100 device would be stuck in a disabled state. • Sometimes my 'Installing USB device' indicator would hang on start up. • Sometimes my system would become despondent. Here is how I got past all this.
I waited for the first condition to occur, yellow exclamation mark on WNA3100 icon in device manager. Then: • In the BIOS I made sure my USB controller was set to be backward compatible. Hp Officejet 4315 Driver Windows 10. • In the device manager, I opened the USB controllers branch and the Network adapters branch.
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• One by one, I started deleting the USB nodes in the USB controllers branch (highlight with mouse, press delete on keyboard). As I deleted each node I checked to see when the yellow exclamation on WNA3100 device disappeared. • Once found, I clicked Actions Scan for hardware changes. • I found the USB device that I deleted.