Hi Noel. My name is***** you for your question and the opportunity to assist.
Can you give me the model# ***** your Asus desktop and
the version of Windows it originally came with?
Based on the numbers you supplied above you have a Broadcom BCM4352 adapter.
Thanks. I'll take a look at your pics and see if I can figure something out.
I compared your specs in Settings>System>About. I'm running the same version of Win 10 on a Dell all-in-one.
The difference being that my Build number is ***** and yours is showing 10586.14.
I'm not sure if that's the issue. I'm just making you aware.
I'm still looking.
It looks like you should get updated through Windows update:
There are 4 ET2321 models, and Asus offers no Windows 10
drivers for any of them.
What I was able to find is that the ET2321 IUKH and INKH models have wireless ac.
So I'm thinking you have one of those models.
If you're willing to do a little experimenting you might consider these options:
It won't harm your computer to have multiple drivers installed. Windows will ignore those it can't use
but these are Windows 10 drivers for your wireless chipset.
The Dell download also includes the Bluetooth driver.
OK. Thanks for the update.
I'm not sure if this will make a difference but why is "Use random hardware addresses"
and "Paid wi-fi services" turned on?
Does this machine do a lot of traveling?
Those things don't need to be turned on to connect to your ISP.
Do you have any VPN connection software installed on the computer?