Windows 8 Pro Driver

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Windows 8 Pro Driver
Windows 8 Pro Driver
2015-07-30 03:01:32
Region : Mexico

Model : TL-WN722N

Hardware Version : V1

Firmware Version :

ISP :


Hello,

I have problem to install the driver for the adapter on windows 8 Pro x64
I tried the manuals on the site and still didn't work

thanks for help
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Re:Windows 8 Pro Driver
2015-07-30 18:39:43
Which driver did you try to install?
Describe the problem in details when installing the driver.
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Re:Windows 8 Pro Driver
2015-07-30 23:17:56
I downloaded from here
http://www.tp-link.com/en/download/TL-WN722N_V1.html#Driver
and tried TL-WN722N_V1_140918 and TL-WN722N_V1_131113

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he installation worked but the adapter still didn't work
and then i tried to use this post
http://www.tp-link.com/en/faq-451.html
and still didn't work
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Re:Windows 8 Pro Driver
2015-07-31 15:38:19
the installation worked but the adapter still didn't work

The driver has been installed successfully?
http://www.tp-link.com/en/faq-284.html
It didn't work, which means that you cannot detect Wi-Fi or you cannot connect Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi connected but no internet access?
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Re:Windows 8 Pro Driver
2015-07-31 20:36:30
The installation finished.
but when i check the Device Manager the it didn't success, the computer didn't recognize the adapter
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Re:Windows 8 Pro Driver
2015-08-03 11:30:29
when i check the Device Manager the it didn't success, the computer didn't recognize the adapter

Can you provide some screenshots to illustrate the problem? I have much trouble understanding the exact problem...
The adapter can be detected, right?
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Re:Windows 8 Pro Driver
2015-08-04 00:50:21
I don't have screenshots right now, but yes the computer is recognized the adapter but the when i check in the command prompt "ipconfig /all" he didn't showed it to me
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