I in­stalled Win­dows 8 and tried to con­nect to the In­ter­net.

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Win­dows 8 has no prob­lem with wire­less con­nec­tions. In fact, the OS has been de­signed for a 24/7 con­nec­tiv­ity. Yours seems to be a PC prob­lem ac­quired in the up­grade. One of the so­lu­tions could be to down­load the Wi-Fi drivers for your lap­top again. Also, it would be good to check if your winsock or the TCP/IP stack has been cor­rupted in the up­grade process. To re­set them, type the fol­low­ing two com­mands into an el­e­vated com­mand prompt one at a time hit­ting en­ter af­ter each one then

re­boot the sys­tem. netsh winsock re­set cat­a­log (re­set winsock en­tries) netsh int ip re­set re­set.log hit (re­set TCP/IP stack) For fur­ther as­sis­tance, you can con­tact Mi­crosoft cus­tomer care on 1800-1021100. But it doesn’t con­nect though my USB Don­gle. Is this a prob­lem with my PC or Win­dows 8? Is there any so­lu­tion for this? My Mi­cro­max MMX352G data card is not be­ing de­tected by Win­dows 8. Does Win­dows 8 do not sup­ports Wire­less In­ter­net con­nec­tion or it is the prob­lem with my PC? It was work­ing very well in Win­dows 7. Is there any­thing you or I can do about this? Harsh Khu­rana, on email

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