T2U AC600 - file CRC errors on large downloaded or copied files in Windows 10

T2U AC600 - file CRC errors on large downloaded or copied files in Windows 10
T2U AC600 - file CRC errors on large downloaded or copied files in Windows 10
2015-08-16 10:02:29
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I have updated to Windows 10 on my Acer Aspire V7 and I'm going crazy. Large archive files or installation packages of 1-3 Gb report CRC errors and corrupted files. If downloaded with another computer - same files are fine. If then copied to laptop via flash drive - it's fine. But if copied over home network or downloaded - CRC errors. I tried different files, drivers, settings - same thing... I did full memory diagnostics, SSD and HDD checks and it's all fine. When I found out it's just when file goes through wifi - I realized what's at fault and tested same files with flash drive...

Anyone knows what to do?
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Re:T2U AC600 - file CRC errors on large downloaded or copied files in Windows 10
2015-08-17 17:01:13
Did you update the latest driver of T2U for Windows 8.1?
http://www.tp-link.com/en/download/Archer-T2U_V1.html#Driver
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Re:T2U AC600 - file CRC errors on large downloaded or copied files in Windows 10
2015-08-18 22:47:16
Sure, I did. I also tried previous version. The funny thing is when I unplug it and switch to a crappy internal wi-fi of the notebook - there are no errors at all. And with T2U - there are CRC errors no matter what I try, both on 5 and 2.4 bandwith and n and ac connections. So it's definitely the T2U that is at fault.
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Re:T2U AC600 - file CRC errors on large downloaded or copied files in Windows 10
2015-08-19 11:18:09
You may try to install the adapter on a different computer to see if the problem continues.
If it does, get a replacement under warranty.
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Re:T2U AC600 - file CRC errors on large downloaded or copied files in Windows 10
2015-08-19 22:55:15
Well, it was working just fine before the Windows 10 update, so I'm pretty sure the hardware is fine...
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