AC1300 Wireless Dual Band USB Adapter T4U V2 disconnects
AC1300 Wireless Dual Band USB Adapter T4U V2 disconnects
AC1300 Wireless Dual Band USB Adapter T4U V2 disconnects
2019-01-26 05:22:00

worst product to buy damn thing disconnects on 5ghz or i get slow speeds fix ur damn drivers your drivers are 2 years old whne do u plan on fixing them windows 10 drivers needs updateing

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Re:AC1300 Wireless Dual Band USB Adapter T4U V2 disconnects
2019-01-28 15:09:40

@bear729 

 

Driver updates are dependent on the Chipset maker.  Once they have confrimed a chipset is compatible with the newest version of an OS they will send it to our development team and we will release a new driver using our installer and any modifcations we may need to add.  Also Driver support is dependent on if a product is still in development or not.  After a product is EOL it only receives driver support for a short time.  I also took the extra step to see if the chipset make has a newer windows 10 driver and this is what i found.  The current driver they have is from September of 2018.

 

https://www.realtek.com/en/component/zoo/category/rtl8812au-software

 

 

Best Regards

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Re:Re:AC1300 Wireless Dual Band USB Adapter T4U V2 disconnects
2019-01-29 17:43:57

@bear729 

 

I did get confrimation that the T4U V2 is not likely to get future updates to the dirvers as the product is older and already end of life. However, our software team did confrim that the V3 drivers which are still getting updates will work on the V2 as well.  You can find those drivers here:  https://www.tp-link.com/us/download/Archer-T4U.html#Driver

 

 

Best Regards 

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Re:AC1300 Wireless Dual Band USB Adapter T4U V2 disconnects
2019-07-20 20:52:05

I'm no expert, but I was suffering with intermittent connection on my T4U too. I was suffering outages every 45-60 seconds upon connection. 

 

The process mentioned below is something I have tried and fiddled with and seem to be getting a consistent level of connection with acceptable download speeds. Go to 

 

Device Manager > network adapters > (right click your device) > properties > advanced. Scroll down to WiFi config, set the value to WiFi (mine was set to performance). One below should be wireless mode, I have that set to auto. 

 

I've also gone to the power management tab on there and unchecked "allow the computer to turn off this device to save power". 

 

So far so good for me, coming from the person who took the dongle and hurled it across the room before I fiddled with the settings. 

 

If you are using a laptop, make sure your power plan isn't messing with USB power at any point as that appears to be a culprit too. 

 

Best 

 

Jake

bear729 wrote

worst product to buy damn thing disconnects on 5ghz or i get slow speeds fix ur damn drivers your drivers are 2 years old whne do u plan on fixing them windows 10 drivers needs updateing

 

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