Thread Rating:
  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
[Solved] No Adhoc-Wifi Support in Windows 10 as with Windows 8??
#1
Register or login to view the content
Username:
Password:
Please note that passwords are case sensitive.
(Lost your password?)

Do not PM me for help. Just open a thread at the forum or use the search function.
(Copied from Evil Mod Smile )
Reply
Thanks given by:
#2
You might want to read this and see if it helps you any.
Create Wireless Ad Hoc Internet Connection on Windows 10
[Image: 2gwx4oy.gif]    I'm glad you have a life, just glad it's not mine.


Reply
Thanks given by:
#3
Mike Wrote:You might want to read this and see if it helps you any.
Create Wireless Ad Hoc Internet Connection on Windows 10


Well, the problem is not .. how to create a adhoc but the problem is how to CONNECT to adhoc. Sad
Do not PM me for help. Just open a thread at the forum or use the search function.
(Copied from Evil Mod Smile )
Reply
Thanks given by:
#4
Avinash Wrote:Well, the problem is not .. how to create a adhoc but the problem is how to CONNECT to adhoc. Sad


I think it is a limitation in Android, and not related to Windows.
Contributing Editor at http://www.androidpure.com/
Reply
Thanks given by:
#5
(16-08-15, 08:18 PM)Ashwin Wrote:
Avinash Wrote:Well, the problem is not .. how to create a adhoc but the problem is how to CONNECT to adhoc. Sad


I think it is a limitation in Android, and not related to Windows.

Well, I am specifically talking about Windows to Windows connection here.

Connecting a laptop running Windows 10 or Windows 8 to an adhoc WiFi (created using Connectify on a Windows XP PC).
Do not PM me for help. Just open a thread at the forum or use the search function.
(Copied from Evil Mod Smile )
Reply
Thanks given by:
#6
(17-08-15, 11:26 AM)Avinash Wrote:
(16-08-15, 08:18 PM)Ashwin Wrote:
Avinash Wrote:Well, the problem is not .. how to create a adhoc but the problem is how to CONNECT  to adhoc. Sad


I think it is a limitation in Android, and not related to Windows.

Well, I am specifically talking about Windows to Windows connection here.

Connecting a laptop running Windows 10 or Windows 8 to an adhoc WiFi (created using Connectify on a Windows XP PC).

LOL :Tongue I'll see if I can help. Try this one: http://www.techulator.com/resources/1359...ws-10.aspx
Contributing Editor at http://www.androidpure.com/
Reply
Thanks given by:
#7
(17-08-15, 12:10 PM)Ashwin Wrote:
(17-08-15, 11:26 AM)Avinash Wrote:
(16-08-15, 08:18 PM)Ashwin Wrote:
Avinash Wrote:Well, the problem is not .. how to create a adhoc but the problem is how to CONNECT  to adhoc. Sad


I think it is a limitation in Android, and not related to Windows.

Well, I am specifically talking about Windows to Windows connection here.

Connecting a laptop running Windows 10 or Windows 8 to an adhoc WiFi (created using Connectify on a Windows XP PC).

LOL :Tongue I'll see if I can help. Try this one: http://www.techulator.com/resources/1359...ws-10.aspx

Well, that again talks about how to create a adhoc, But NOT HOW TO CONNECT.
Do not PM me for help. Just open a thread at the forum or use the search function.
(Copied from Evil Mod Smile )
Reply
Thanks given by:
#8
Just in case, if someone has a similar problem, A small workaround is available.

You can use Wifi-scanner by Lizard systems which scans all the wifi available and lets you connect to even a adhoc wifi on Windows 8 and Windows 10.

The only small catch here is, The Adhoc Wifi must be an open one without any password otherwise it wont connect.
Do not PM me for help. Just open a thread at the forum or use the search function.
(Copied from Evil Mod Smile )
Reply
Thanks given by: Ashwin , Mike


Possibly Related Threads...
Thread Author Replies Views Last Post
  Need some help with Sandboxie [SOLVED] Ashwin 6 1,987 04-06-13, 11:13 AM
Last Post: Ashwin
  12 common Windows 7 problems solved rahul 11 6,135 21-11-09, 01:37 PM
Last Post: Avinash
  Is it possible to upgrade to windows 7 from windows xp? sami 3 4,088 15-11-09, 01:30 AM
Last Post: junky

Forum Jump:


Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)