So I'm lost. I'm good with computer and usually figure out driver & device compatability issues without much problem.
I've spent days on my current issues. I'm going to lay out what I'm currently facing as well as give some information on what I've done so far to combat the issue.
OS: Windows 10 Pro v1903 x64 system
WiFi Adapter: TL-WN725N V1
Network Adapter: Realtek RTL8188CU Wireless LAN 802.11n USB 2.0
Driver for Network (WiFi) Adapter: rtwlanu_oldlC.sys
Realtek WLAN USB NDIS Driver 28199
File & Product version: 1027.4.630.2015
Second adapter driver: Virtual Wireless Bus Driver (Microsoft OS)
File & Product verson: 10.0.18362.1
Alright, so I got the basic information out of the way. So here's my main issue.
I can't maintain a stable connection to the default gateway. I have to disable and enable my WiFi adapter every 2-3mins, or run troubleshooter.
I have changed and reverted all configs for the device itself & it's profiles.
I've uninstalled all system files for the adapter and WiFi profiles, and restalled.
I've reinstalled all drivers & updated fully.
I've reset my modem/router and no change, all other devices connected have great connection and speed.
I've changed ethernet settings & disabled the adapter as well
I've completed a ipconfig renew, release, dns flush & drive reset through both powershell & command prompt
It was working perfectly before Win 10 build 1903 was updated for my system 3 days ago. Now it hardly works.
My computer nor the programs provided for TP-Link will recongnize my WiFi adapter, it will only show and register the Realtek Network Adapter.
Any ideas what could be causing this? I'm unsure of where to go from here.