Hi, I just bought a Archer 3U Plus usb adapter, and had some issues when installing it.
When I tried to insall the Windows 10 driver for the adapter via the website, I got the blue windows crash screen and Windows needed to be repaired (At the time I forgot to remember the error message). Afterwards, suprisingly I found that a driver was installed but i's unclear to me if I did that, or perhaps Windows autoinstalled some kind of driver?
This is wat it says in my device manager: Network adapters> TP-Link Wireless MU-MIMO USB Adapter. (see picture)
So does his mean it's installed correctly? Even thow Windows needed to be repaired?
Also I was wondering how I can swich between 2.4 GHz band and 5 GHz? on the package it says you can but I haven't seen any option for it, maybe his is the case because the driver didn't install whell?
In case you need to know, my version of Windows is: Windows 10 pro, 10.0.19042 Build 19042