As displayed in your NETSH output, hosted networks are not supported by your adapter. However, if you're using Windows® 10, there is a native mobile hotspot feature that is supported by all of our latest wireless drivers.
A Hosted Network is when a host device emulates the functionality of a wireless router, creating a new network altogether. Mobile hotspots are similar, but they work as an extension of your already existing Ethernet or Wireless network.
Please try the following:
- https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/instantanswers/c60dcfa3-c596-41d4-8c1a-b0d738e1d9fd/use-your-pc-as-a-mobile-hotspot Use your PC as a mobile hotspot - Microsoft* Support.
If you're using Windows 8.1 or previous, this will not work. For legacy OS versions, you will need to rely on unsupported third-party tools.
We understand your frustration.
With Windows® 10, Microsoft* introduced a new driver model called the https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/hardware/drivers/network/wifi-universal-driver-model WLAN Device Driver Interface (WDI). We are required to follow this driver model in order for our adapters to be Windows® 10 certified and included in the Windows* Compatible Products List.
The new driver model http://support.microsoft.com/en-us/instantanswers/c60dcfa3-c596-41d4-8c1a-b0d738e1d9fd/use-your-pc-as-a-mobile-hotspot no longer supports Hosted and Ad-hock networks.
- http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/network-and-i-o/wireless-networking/000023257.html Why are Soft AP (Hosted network) and IBSS (Ad-Hoc Network) Not Working on Windows® 10?