To use the latest supported 802.11AX wireless network card, I bought TX3000E to work with my Wi-Fi 6 router, but unfortunately, it brought me great difficulties to install and use it. My computer did not even recognize its wireless existence.
TP-Link FAQ display requires the computer to detect the network card device, but my computer cannot identify the device. It doesn't show anything in the device manager.
After looking up relevant information on the forum and consulting relevant personnel of TP-Link, they gave me some suggestions, hoping to bring some help to you.
Change another PCI-E port, especially don’t use the PCI-E 16X, you can use PCI-E 4X/1X or other ports.
I change to install my TX3000E to the PCI-E 1X interface.
Upgrade the BIOS on the motherboard.
Since I was using Asus H170 PRO GAMING ATX LGA1151 Motherboard, I updated my BIOS on the official site.
So excited to me it worked, I could see the TX3000E in my device manager and installed the driver to use!!!
Get into Windows safe mode to install the TX3000E.
One forum user told me that he successfully installed the network card after entering safe mode.
He shared TP-Link's official information with me, which may help some people.
How to get into Windows safe mode: https://www.tp-link.com/en/support/faq/791/
If you have the same problem, I hope these suggestions can help you!