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petecarr12
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Check Point Virtual Network Adapter For SSL Network Extender

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I just downloaded a recommended update for Windows 10. After the update downlaoded, every time i start my computer it say's compatibility assistant This app is not working correctly try reinstalling Check Point Virtual Network Adapter For SSL Network Extender. Why do i keep getting this notification? I have no problem getting on the internet. I have a modem and a router that are working fine with all my devices. I am using an ethernet cord , nothing has changed besides this recomended update.

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petecarr12
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I just figured i would try Device manager and double clicked network adapters and searched for updates. It updated and now I do not get that notification any longer. 

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@petecarr12, welcome to the forum.

 

I suggest going into Windows Update settings / Update history / Uninstall updates and delete the latest update.  When this is done reboot the system.  This should solve your problem if the latest update actually caused the problem.

 

Please click the Thumbs up + button if I have helped you and click Accept as Solution if your problem is solved.



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petecarr12
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I just figured i would try Device manager and double clicked network adapters and searched for updates. It updated and now I do not get that notification any longer. 

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Good for you!!  I am glad that you solved your own problem.  I update my drivers using the Device Manager at least once per month.  This way I know exactly which updates have been done without any doubts.



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petecarr12
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Thank you and ty for responding to me.

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You are welcome, @petecarr12.



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