Up to now I have uninstalled the card and drivers using Device Manager, rebooted and let the computer find the card, then installed the latest driver from the TP-Link website, no luck. Restarting the access point and anything related to it. Updating drivers through windows system Just said I had the best available drivers Althought after about a half an hour of googling, people are saying switching the PCI port or installing this Windows10 update: I’m going to attempt these things, and see how it goes. Uninstalling the device, rebooting windows, then manually installing the drivers from manufacturers website.

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I have done a System File check but no errors are found, I have tried every Broadcom driver arcyer back about 10 months to the latest, it’s a broadcom chip.

Tell us about your experience with our site. Then it would just disconnect completely. So, at this point I think it has to be the card, or a Windows 10 driver issue. I just recently tried shutting down my pc, turning off the wireless access point, then my modem, then turning them back on and turning my PC back on to no avail.

The card worked prefectly fine for about 4 days. I recently had to perform a fresh install of Windows 10 and following the Insider Build Update, the wireless adapter driver has stopped working.


I have select, to install the next windows version and install fast. HyI have solved the problem by activating the Windows Insider program and making the following update. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. After this installation my card worked.

TP-Link Archer T9E adapter card stopped working after Insider Build 16281.

wlndows Did this solve your problem? So I physically removed the card and drivers rebooted without the card, then reinstalled the card and drivers, I tried removing the card again and rebooting with no card installed, then installing the drivers first then the card.

I have tried multiple drivers without any luck. This thread is locked.

The only way I can get it to connect to a network now is by removing all 3 antennas from the card. I left for the weekend, and shut down my computer. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. In reply to Sorgonas’s post on November 12, If, after connected to the network, I install just one of the three antennas, it may stay connected for minutes, but then windows will say “No internet access”, and then just drop the connection all together and revert to the “Can’t connect to network” issue.

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I installed it, and installed the Rosewill driver. Im sorry and hope you understand this. I have the same question You archwr follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. This site in other languages wibdows. Thanks for marking this as the answer. The Archer refuses to connect to the access point closest to me displaying ‘Can’t connect to this network’, but will connect directly to the modem several floors down. I followed your instructions by selecting the “The next version of Windows” option in the Windows Insider Programme pane with the pace set to “Fast”.


I have tried other solutions as well but nothing seems to work, as I said it was working quite happily up to Build By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

I am just posting because I have a feeling a lot of other people have this issue. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.

In reply to Sorgonas’s post on November 11, Enabling and disabling the device. Just after some Googling, I noticed your post. It still has no problems connecting to my modem directly, which is 2 floors below me.