Raspberry Pi 4 Win10 Wifi

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Raspberry Pi 4 Win10 Wifi

Post by Abbie1994 »

Hi everyone,

I recently installed Windows 10 on my Raspberry Pi 4, and everything seems to be working fine except for the WiFi. It's not detecting any networks at all. I suspect that I might be missing the necessary driver for the WiFi module.

I've tried searching for the driver on the official Raspberry Pi website and various forums, but couldn't find any relevant information or download links. I also checked the Device Manager in Windows, but it doesn't provide any specific driver details for the WiFi module.

If anyone has come across a driver for the WiFi module on Raspberry Pi 4 for Windows 10, I would really appreciate it if you could share the download link or any helpful resources.

Thanks in advance for your assistance!
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Re: Raspberry Pi 4 Win10 Wifi

Post by Detective »

Below you can download raspberry pi 4 win10 wifi driver for Windows.

File name: raspberry-pi-4-win10-wifi.exe
Version: 1.155
File size: 46388 MB
Upload source: original install disk
Antivirus software passed: G Data v 5.18

Raspberry Pi 4 Win10 Wifi

(click above to download)

HDMI, USB, and Ethernet ports, 40-pin GPIO header
Processor: Broadcom BCM2711, Quad-core Cortex-A72 (ARM v8)
GPU: VideoCore VI
Storage: MicroSD card slot for OS and data storage
Connectivity: Dual-band 2.4GHz/5GHz Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, Gigabit Ethernet
Operating System: Windows 10

Troubleshooting Questions:

1. Q: Why is my device not booting up?
A: Ensure that you have inserted the microSD card with the operating system correctly and that it has the necessary power supply.

2. Q: Why am I experiencing slow internet speeds on Wi-Fi?
A: Check if there are any physical obstructions or interference near the Wi-Fi router. Additionally, ensure that the Wi-Fi signal strength is strong enough and try moving closer to the router.

3. Q: Why is my device overheating?
A: Verify that the Raspberry Pi has adequate ventilation and is not placed on surfaces that can block airflow. Additionally, consider using a heatsink or fan for cooling, especially if running resource-intensive applications.
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Re: Re: Raspberry Pi 4 Win10 Wifi

Post by Abbie1994 »

Thank you for sharing the link to the Windows driver for Raspberry Pi 4 Win10 Wifi. I appreciate the assistance!
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