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TL-WN822N, an excellent product,
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Easy to install. Ignore the enclosed CD, go straight to the TP-Link site and download the TL-WN822N Version 2 (if your device is a V2) latest driver and utility. (Always a generally good practice).
I'm running the TL-WN822N on three machines with three different versions of Windows 7, including a Windows 64 bit ULTIMATE version.
I'm intrigued at some of the problems reported with Windows 64 bit installation in reviews here, so I suggest that a simple solution could be to run Windows services.msc and just check that ALL the windows services required for a wireless adapter are set to a startup type of Automatic.
Then reboot, and run the TL-WN822N utility.
Will generally solve the problem.
Surfing the net, I've seen some horrific "solutions" suggested.
Try the above, takes just a few moments, and hope it solves your Windows 64 bit problem.
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Initial post: 30 Apr 2014 13:34:03 BDT
I am interested to know how I can navigate to the website *before* installing the drivers that will make my internet work :D I think I shall use the disk and *then* update drivers my lamb.
Posted on 3 May 2014 14:05:07 BDT
which services are they though?
Posted on 23 Oct 2014 17:34:45 BDT
Which Services are those please?
Posted on 1 Jun 2015 20:40:39 BDT
Last edited by the author on 1 Jun 2015 20:40:51 BDT
Music maven says:
Thanks for the review. Where did you get the Version 2 drivers from?
In reply to an earlier post on 2 Jun 2015 09:40:34 BDT
and select according to your Windows version.
In reply to an earlier post on 2 Jun 2015 09:42:56 BDT
Just noticed that there is now Version 3 drivers at
In reply to an earlier post on 2 Jun 2015 10:54:37 BDT
Music maven says:
Thank you so much for your efforts on this.
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