07-17-2017 07:08 AM
Any help locating a working driver, or the name of the driver, or how to install the driver, would be appreciated. I emailed support but am not expecting a reply. I may end up taking it back to Best Buy if this can't be resolved. Thanks
07-18-2017 06:54 AM
Here is the response from Insignia - as I suspected NO help
"Thank you for contacting Insignia Products, this is Adolfo and I will assist you today with your NS-P11W7100 Tablet. I went ahead and did some research for you and I learned that due to copyright we do not have any drivers available for this tablet. However, in order to learn more about you issue and to check what other options we have, please add the information below"
I went ahead and reverted to anniversary edition. Noted the WIFI driver and am now downloading Intel drivers. I will go ahead and re-update to Creators Edition and try the Intel drivers. If it works I will post links to the driver that worked, if any do . . .
08-08-2017 10:49 AM
Network addapter name: Intel Dual band wireless AC3165
You have to go to intel websit to download wireless driver Win10 32 bit
Then install the driver to your Insignia Tablet NS-P11W7100Good luck
08-09-2017 10:30 AM
Thanks, the WIFI driver wouldn't install. Being frustrated and having wasted a butt-load of time, I reverted back to anniversary edition (1607). Maybe it'll get sorted out later, maybe I'll use it as a doorstop...
09-03-2017 06:23 PM
Newer drivers and software that work with the Creators Update are available from Intel at the link below.
Bluetooth drivers and software also need to be updated after installing the Creators Update.
In Win 10 Creators Update, from Apps and features:
Click on and Uninstall Intel Wireless Bluetooth
Click on and Uninstall Intel PROSet/Wireless Software
Download and install Wireless_19.70.0_PROSet32_Win10.exe
Download and install BT_19.71.0_32_Win10.exe
09-03-2017 08:00 PM
Just a clarification to my previous post (Message 7). You will have to download the 2 files mentioned to a flash drive or to your desktop before uninstalling the WiFi software and drivers. I know that it's obvious, but I should have mentioned it earlier.
09-04-2017 07:20 AM
Thanks but as I noted above, The WIFI driver (19.70.0 downloaded fron Intel) wouldn't install. I don't remember why. I'm wondering what will happen after this fall's Windows update....
I noted and copied (in the driver's property sheet) 3 files in the Windows system32 folder. I am wondering if dropping them back in the system folder after the inevitable update deletes my WIFI driver will restore WIFI functionality.
09-13-2017 09:51 AM