Windows 10 driver for TP Link Archer T4UH not initialising

Windows 10 driver for TP Link Archer T4UH not initialising
Windows 10 driver for TP Link Archer T4UH not initialising
2015-07-31 17:46:24
Region : Australia

Model : Archer T4UH

Hardware Version : Not Clear

Firmware Version : Not Clear

ISP : Tesltra


Hi there, I was wondering if anybody could help me out.

I just installed Windows 10 and my WiFi adapter isnt working, when I go to device manager and open up the adapter it reads (Windows cannot initialize the device driver for this hardware. (Code 37)).
I have tried the following;

• Uninstalled driver from device manager and from control panel and reinstalled
• Connected to the internet via ethernet and attempted to download the drivers through device manager but It says I am using the best driver.

I noticed a few other threads with similar issues but not with my model.
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Re:Windows 10 driver for TP Link Archer T4UH not initialising
2015-07-31 18:44:34
Open device manager, update the driver, download the windows 8 driver, point it to the windows 8 (not 8.1) folder of the driver you can download here, and it SHOULD work well enough for now.

That's how I managed it anyway.
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Here's a way to get the T4UH to work with Windows 10.
2015-08-10 22:54:50
It's not a TP-Link driver, but it seems to work with the T4UH...
Windows 10 Driver Instructions:

1. Open up your Device Manager
2. Expand "Network Adapters"
3. Right click the TP-Link adapter
4. Click "Browse My Computer For Driver Software"
5. Click "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer"
6. UNCHECK the "Show Compatible Hardware" box & wait for an expanded list appears
7. Choose Realtek Semiconductor corp the second one listed (it ends with a period)
8. scroll down on the right and choose Realteck RTL8821AU WIRELESS LAN 802.11au USB 2.0
The T4UH should now be functional.
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Thanks
2015-08-12 07:39:19
Thanks for the suggestions guys/girls, I will be trying both of these when I get home this afternoon! fingers crossed
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Re:Windows 10 driver for TP Link Archer T4UH not initialising
2015-08-12 15:28:12
Thank you so much CiraRigel! that fixed it, thanks for taking the time to post that.
Thank you Avenger too :)
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Sadly not
2015-08-12 17:44:17
Good suggestions but overnight a new release to windows 10 has meant both of these solutions no longer work.
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works!
2015-08-13 14:07:02
Works for me! thanks!
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Re:Windows 10 driver for TP Link Archer T4UH not initialising
2015-08-13 14:32:43
Mine is still working, although I have not updated since last night (12 Hours ago)
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Windows 10 T4UH
2015-08-18 06:20:36
From Windows7 64 bit to Windows10 64 bit:
After Windows10 was installed I noticed some problems with Explorer while using my NAS drive. I decided to try a driver reinstall.

After all Windows10 updates 18-08-2015 I even removed the T4UH driver altogether. Rebooted Windows 10. T4UH did not install automatically.
I manually pointed out the other drivers from the newest drivers i had just downloaded (Archer T4UH_V1_150116)

Win8.1 64 bit driver = no go
Win8 64 bit driver = Installed

After this episode I found the sticky explaining all this.

I thought I had a problem with speed but now it works very well after all.
Speed tested via Archer C7v2 to PC using T4UH. (PC USB3port - data transfer from NAS connected via CAT6) = up to 40 MegaBytes pr. second !
Standing applause...

The Archer C7 play really nice with T4UH now! (again)
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Re:Windows 10 driver for TP Link Archer T4UH not initialising
2015-09-16 09:23:53
CircaRigel's method worked for me
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Worked for me too, many thanks!
2015-11-10 19:55:47

CircaRigel wrote

It's not a TP-Link driver, but it seems to work with the T4UH...
Windows 10 Driver Instructions:

1. Open up your Device Manager
2. Expand "Network Adapters"
3. Right click the TP-Link adapter
4. Click "Browse My Computer For Driver Software"
5. Click "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer"
6. UNCHECK the "Show Compatible Hardware" box & wait for an expanded list appears
7. Choose Realtek Semiconductor corp the second one listed (it ends with a period)
8. scroll down on the right and choose Realteck RTL8821AU WIRELESS LAN 802.11au USB 2.0
The T4UH should now be functional.


This worked for me first time! Thank you.
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