I have an Archer T4U USB network adapter I've been using to connect to the internet on my desktop for a while now. I normally plug it into the front of the tower, but I want to clean up the front profile to look a bit neater, so I got a USB multi adapter to plug in the back and then plug the Archer T4U into that and let is rest in the back.
It was working fine till for some reason the T4U would automatically disable itself. No matter how many times I tell it to enable itself; it just does not want to.
I plug it back in the front USB slot and it works fine again. If I plug the USB multi adapter in another plug; it then works again fine, but then disables itself after my PC reboots later.
No matter if I re-install the drivers, re-plug in the USB adapter or ensure that the USB is set not to allow the PC to turn of the USB device - it seems to always automatically disables itself when trying to connect to the network.