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This is a known - and often cursed! - issue with the latest Windows 10 Updates. The latest updates are delivered in a package that "upgrades" the O/S. Like was seen with the Windows 7/8.1 to Windows 10 upgrade package, the upgrade manager is automatically deleting files that are application and/or driver dependencies. In order to get everything back to the right place, you need to download and manually reinstall all of the drivers available for your ICS. Start at Drivers & Software, type the model of your ICS and, on the resulting page, download and install all drivers for your version of Windows 10 that are marked "Latest"...
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Downloading the driver was exactly the problem with out wifi. I bought the stick so I wouldnt need to travel with a gull PC in my bag. Managed to download the Wireless_Win10_32_3008.11.0515.2015 driver and installed it. After activating the device, it works again, but even all the wifi keys were gone too.
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It is great to hear that the problem was resolved in regard to the Wi-Fi feature and now the stick is working properly.
In regard to the keys, since after the Windows upgrade some files got deleted, then it is expected for the keys to disappear, but, once you insert them again they should stay and they did before.