For several years TP-Link has been manufacturing network equipment. In this case it is wireless WiFi card compliant with IEEE 802.11n standard (compatible with 802.11bgn).
It is connected to a computer via modern PCI-E x1 interface, which ensures compatibility with modern desktop computers.
Easier data sharing
The card supports the IEEE 802.11n wireless specification with a maximum throughput of up to 150 Mbps and is ideal for the most demanding users who want to wirelessly transfer large amounts of data quickly. The TL-WN781ND network card is even designed for file and multimedia sharing or data sharing. There is also support for WEP and WPA/WPA2 encryption.
High speed combined with excellent range
The card is equipped with 2dBi Omni antenna. The dimensions of the device are 120.8 x 78.5 x 21.5 mm. TL-WN781ND can easily establish connection with wireless network and get up to 9 times higher transmission speed than conventional 11g products.
Compared to older products, this network card will provide you with improved performance, allowing you to surf more pleasantly, including file sharing and streaming media
How to check if the installation of the network card driver went well?
Follow the recommendations below to check if the installation of the TP-Link network card driver has been successful.
Step 1 Right-click the Computer icon and select Properties.
Step 2 Select Device Manager, then Network Tabs. Find the right TP-Link tab, right-click on it and select Properties.
Step 3 Step 3 If you find the information "This device is working properly" in the checked "Device Status" box. This means that the driver has been installed correctly.
Why can't I find my wireless networks or connect to them?
1) If you are using this model of network card and your computer / device cannot detect any available wireless networks nearby, you will need to check the settings on your computer / device to make sure that the wireless card is installed correctly and turned on successfully.
2)Check that the router is turned on.
3)Check your computer's service settings. Go to Start and right-click Computer . Select and click Manage . A computer management window will appear. In the Services and Applications section, click Services . Scroll down and select Auto-configure WLAN . Make sure that it starts up and set the Start Type to " Automatic ".
Go to Control Panel -> Network and Sharing Center, try disabling this adapter and then enabling it again.
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