Archer T6e doesn't find 5Ghz Wi-Fi

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Archer T6e doesn't find 5Ghz Wi-Fi
Archer T6e doesn't find 5Ghz Wi-Fi
2021-03-08 12:49:23 - last edited 2022-08-18 10:07:15
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Hello, I have problem with my Archer T6e card. Today, it stopped finding 5Ghz Wi-Fi. This network works fine, i've tested it with my other devices. The card was working properly until tommorow morning. I didn't do anything with settings, drivers and so on, it just stopped working. I tried to reinstall drivers, use windows 7 and 8 drivers (im using windows 10 64 bit), i restarted computer and reset the card. Did you have problem like this? How to solve it?

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Re:Archer T6e doesn't find 5Ghz Wi-Fi-Solution
2021-03-12 06:25:53 - last edited 2022-08-18 10:05:44

Hello everyone, 

 

If your Wi-Fi network adapter is not able to see 5Ghz Wifi band of routers, please try some tips in FAQ here: 

Why cannot the adapter detect the 5G Wi-Fi of my router?

  • Please try a different 5Ghz Wi-Fi channel on your router to 5Ghz Channel 36,40,44 or 48. 
  • If you have any old or build-in Wi-Fi adapter enabled besides tp-link adapter,  disable other Wi-Fi adapters except TP-Link adapter first. 
  • Make sure router is dual-band Wi-Fi router and move router and PC a bit closer
  • Confirm other network devices like mobile phones could see 5Ghz Wi-Fi band of router

 

If the same issue, please start a new thread, and let us know if  T6E can detect 5Ghz Wi-Fi from your neighbors, or it did not see all 5Ghz Wi-Fi? Thank you

 

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2021-04-12 04:56:40 - last edited 2021-04-26 04:12:36

@Amiciaa 

If you have an old wireless adapter, please disable it first to check if it's working.  If the same story, please do the following troubleshooting:   Open the management page of your main router, go to the wireless settings, then change the channel of 5G Wi-Fi to 36. Then check the Wi-Fi list again. Here we take the TP-Link router as an example;

 

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Re:Archer T6e doesn't find 5Ghz Wi-Fi-Solution
2021-03-12 06:25:53 - last edited 2022-08-18 10:05:44

Hello everyone, 

 

If your Wi-Fi network adapter is not able to see 5Ghz Wifi band of routers, please try some tips in FAQ here: 

Why cannot the adapter detect the 5G Wi-Fi of my router?

  • Please try a different 5Ghz Wi-Fi channel on your router to 5Ghz Channel 36,40,44 or 48. 
  • If you have any old or build-in Wi-Fi adapter enabled besides tp-link adapter,  disable other Wi-Fi adapters except TP-Link adapter first. 
  • Make sure router is dual-band Wi-Fi router and move router and PC a bit closer
  • Confirm other network devices like mobile phones could see 5Ghz Wi-Fi band of router

 

If the same issue, please start a new thread, and let us know if  T6E can detect 5Ghz Wi-Fi from your neighbors, or it did not see all 5Ghz Wi-Fi? Thank you

 

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Re:Archer T6e doesn't find 5Ghz Wi-Fi-Solution
2021-04-12 04:56:40 - last edited 2021-04-26 04:12:36

@Amiciaa 

If you have an old wireless adapter, please disable it first to check if it's working.  If the same story, please do the following troubleshooting:   Open the management page of your main router, go to the wireless settings, then change the channel of 5G Wi-Fi to 36. Then check the Wi-Fi list again. Here we take the TP-Link router as an example;

 

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Re:Archer T6e doesn't find 5Ghz Wi-Fi
2021-04-12 06:41:14

@wegkant problem solved :)

My router was changing channel to 4th for some reason. Now it works

Thanks

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