Question about TP-LINK TL-WN350G, 54Mbps Wireless PCI Adapter 802.11g/b
Alright, here's a potential solution for you:
1) Take the wireless adapter out of your computer.
2) Open the Control Panel, then click System, then access the Device Manager.
3) Click View, and then Show Hidden Devices.
4) The wireless card should be visible under the Network Adapters heading, and it probably has some icon on it to tell you there's a problem (the problem is you took the card out).
5) Right-click on the device and select Properties.
6) Uninstall the driver.
Also, some drivers show up in the Programs and Features (formerly Add/Remove Programs) menu in the Control Panel, so that's another possible way to remove the driver. Good luck!
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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