Dell Inspiron 15 3567 32-Bit Wifi driver is missing

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I'm tired of downloading and installing drivers.

Please help me!

Thanks.
 
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Why are you running 32 bit Windows? A 64 bit Windows can run 32 bit software. There is a 64 bit wifi driver available, but not 32 bit on the official Dell site. Right click on My PC and choose Properties, verify that you in fact do have a 32 bit Windows.
 
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Why are you running 32 bit Windows? A 64 bit Windows can run 32 bit software. There are 64 bit wifi drivers available, but not 32 bit on the official Dell site.
So, Now I have to install windows 8/10/ 64 bit?
 
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Windows 10 is free, if that's any consolation. Backup your data. Download MS Media Creation Tool and generate a Windows setup DVD or USB memory stick.
 

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Windows 10 is free, if that's any consolation. Backup your data. Download MS Media Creation Tool and generate a Windows setup DVD or USB memory stick.
Last question please,
Can I install Windows 10 64 bit on Windows 8.1 32 bit?
 
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Yes. The licensing aspect is good. However, Windows doesn't have a very good track record of perfectly performing upgrade installs. Backup your data, setup programs and product keys.
 

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Yes. The licensing aspect is good. However, Windows doesn't have a very good track record of perfectly performing upgrade installs. Backup your data, setup programs and product keys.

Hi sir,

I upgraded to windows 10 64 but, still Wi-Fi isn't working. Wi-Fi icon isn't clickable.
 
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Go to Control Panel > Device Manager. Find your network adapter driver. Right click on it and choose Update.
 
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