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Can baidu hotspot work in desktop pc ? Reward $3
Created by sk24624, 1334 days ago, 2135 views

Friends when i start baidu hotspot on my desktop pc , pentiam 4 , windows7 2g connection with dongle
then msg. display about that (a wifi adapter is not find on this computer )
have any option please tell me.
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chakramed1334 days ago

if you dont have wifi adapter installed you need to plug in a wifi usb adapter most advised is cheap ones like trenda ,tp-link & EDUP .

if you have wifi adapter and baidu hotspot not working i think you need to do an update to your card driver

if any of this solution above didnt work the last solution is : creat wifi hotspot usinf command promt like the fallowing :

1. Press the "Windows key" and "R" to open "Run".

2. Type "cmd" then hit "Enter" or "OK".

3. Type "netsh wlan show drivers" and press "Enter".

4. Type "netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=allow ssid=mywifi key=mypassword2020" to create the hotspot.

5. Type "netsh wlan start hostednetwork" to start the hotspot.

for more info watch this youtube vedio :


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musemCcain1334 days ago

well i had the same issue not a long time ago. my wifi adapter was not allowing AP Mode. try to find the right driver for your wifi adapter (dongle).
please not that the wifi hot-spot will be an ad hoc so you won't be able to connect your android device.
try connectifyme lite version it s better, you can share your cable internet through wifi.

good luck

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Achaturvedi1333 days ago

yes its work in desktop pc but you need wifi adapter and wifi driver to use it..!!!

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danangsj1329 days ago

you need driver to activate the wifi hotspot on your pc

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Francis081329 days ago

good an Android Emulator, such as BlueStacks. However not download shareit as compared to other Information transfer application like nice.

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selcinor1328 days ago

1. If your USB 3.0 system is hitting a device resource limit, some systems will allow disabling the USB 3.0 (XHCI) controller and fall back to the USB 2.0 (ECHI) controller on the system. This workaround is known to work when the system BIOS offers it .
2. Otherwise, try using a USB 2.0 hub for connecting additional devices that don’t require USB 3.0 speeds, to potentially halve the number of endpoints consumed, at least for the hub portion.
3. If your scenario calls for very large numbers of USB devices (like USB thin clients or USB camera arrays), then if at all possible restrict yourself to a USB 2.0-only host, even if that has to be an older PC.
4. Reach out to Microsoft and Intel about your experiences through the links above or directly. Also feel free to comment below, the more people we have talking about these issues the greater chance we’ll have to understand it.
And to provide some idea of how many endpoints are consumed by various devices, we ran through our own set of Plugable USB devices to return the number of endpoints each device exposes (and consumes),

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