Install Ralink Wireless LAN Drivers for Windows 10

Eric Xu, in Driver DownloadDriver Install
If you have any issues regarding your network such random disconnection, slow download/upload speed or unable to connect then you might need to check on your network driver to see if it’s an outdated or broken driver.

To update or fix your driver, firstly, go to the manufacturer’s website, according to the model of the network card, download the latest software driver from there.

Secondly, you can update it via Device Manager.

1. Go to Device Manager by pressing Win+R together to open the “Run” dialog, enter devmgmt.msc.


2. Look for your network card from the list, right click on it and then select “Update Driver Software…” in the pop up menu.


3. Select “Search automatically for updated driver software“. Follow instructions and finish the process.


Note that updating through Device Manager isn’t as efficient as we would usually expect. Often it may not be able to find the driver software, and the process can be time-consuming and somehow confusing.

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