Technical glitches on an internet router are very usual and common. On netgear routers there is an error which is considered to be the most reported error among all the others and that is the error code 10. The Netgear Technical stated that there are mainly three reasons that cause this error and they are, 1.) IRQ conflict, 2.) Adaptor not properly plugged in, 3.) Wrong driver installed.
The good thing Is that this error can be resolved very easily and it will not take a lot of time as well. All you have to do is just follow the steps which are given below and the best thing about that is that these steps or instructions are provided by the Netgear Customer Support Australia team.
- First of all, click on the Start menu.
- Now, right-click on “My Computer” and then go to the “Properties”.
- Now, select Hardware and then Device Manager option which is located right under the System properties.
- Then, you will see the Netgear adapter with a yellow exclamation mark
- Go ahead and double-click on the “Netgear Adapter” and also check the device status under the General tab
- Uninstalling the adapter drivers
- firstly, uninstall the drivers by right clickong on the Netgear adapter and then select uninstall
- then, turn off your system and also remove the adapter from your computer
- now, turn on your computer and install the drivers
- when asked, plug in the adapter
We hope that these steps will help you a lot in this whole process and most probably after that you won’t be facing any issue and on the top of that, this process is also very less time consuming. Still, if you face any issue, feel free to call us on our official Netgear Technical Support number and our crew will be really happy to help you out.