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    I'm using a Surface Pro2, upgraded to Win 10 a few months ago. 4 or 5 days ago, I was prompted to apply an update, which I did. Ever since then, I can't connect to the Internet using WiFi. The WiFi list says that I connect to the hotspot, but the connection Icon in the taskbar says "Not connected, connections available".
    If I use a docking station/hub through the USB port, I can access the internet without problems.
    It says I have the most recent driver for the Marvell device, I've restarted the machine, restarted the WiFi, tried connecting to different hotspots, no luck. My iPad connects to my network and browses out with no problems, so I know it is the Surface.
    12-10-2015 10:47 AM

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