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Google search a driver , and if you can't find one, ring the manufacturer of your wireless adapter.

Posted on Dec 10, 2012

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Hello, I have been having problems with my TP-LINK TL-WN353GD 802.11g/b Wireless Adapter on my PC, which is running windows xp. Unfortunately I am getting extremely low internet speeds with it (download...


Try disabling Windows power control over the wireless adapter. you can do this from control panel > network adapters > double-click the wireless adapter > "Power management" tab > un-check the "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power"

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When i install the drivers for TP-Link WN353GD adapter, I already get a warning that it may not be compatible with my system. Currently i am running Win XP SP 2. Is there sometime i can do to overcome...


Update your Wireless Adapter firmware @ http://www.tp-link.com/support/download.asp?a=1&m=TL%2DWR340GD

There are 3 versions for your product(TP-LINK TL-WN353GD, Important***select the correct firmware version to update. Then download the latest drivers(Setup Utility) & and install the drivers for your adapter from the TP Link site.
Link - How to look over the hardware version on a TP-Link device?

Hope it helps.

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Lost of the driver when the pc comes back from stand-by mode


> try to restart your system if the hardware is a plug and play device it will be automatically installed
> if not try to contact the manufacturer of the wireless adapter and ask where you can download the driver
> connect to the internet using wired connection if you can download it online
> install the driver on your system

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Hi, You cannot connect across wireless protocols. In other words to connect to 802.11 n you need an "n" adapter.

Now, the router should be backward compatible & provide wireless g/b but you may find that when you search for networks it will be listed as a seperate network name (from the same router)

Try searching for this other network. Your router documentation should advise you of its default name & any set up process

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