To fix this problem, you will need to update the device drivers. This can be achieved by installing updated software on the device, or you can open the required port and allow the device to communicate with the computer.
To do this, I use the SimpleWifi.dll library that contains a function named NativeWifi::DeliverControlRequest. This function is called when Windows received a WM_DEVICECHANGE message with device id of WNI_MAC_CONTROL. In this function, I check the message flags and only do the operation if the message was sent from NSIS and the flag of MsgFilter is NSIS_WM_DEVICECHANGE.
As the Microsoft virtual WiFi miniport adapter driver is a virtual device, sometimes you would need to configure the adapter when there are no drivers loaded. You can directly run the “adapterconfig” command provided by Microsoft to create and configure a Microsoft virtual WiFi miniport adapter. In fact, you don’t need to open the “Device Manager” each time to configure the adapter.
In case you’re experiencing error code 31, you can also remove the problematic adapter by directly running the “adapterconfig” command. But make sure you’re doing it under the “Administrative Rights”.
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