Last Updated: January 21, 2022
PLEASE NOTE: This TP-LINK driver is installed by the DriverDoc certified installation utility. This software ensures that you are installing the correct driver version for your system. Download and installation takes approximately 2 minutes.
Drivers are "mini" software programs that allow Windows to communicate with other software programs and hardware.
Without drivers, the TP-LINK hardware you connect to your computer - for example, a video card or a webcam - will not work properly.
Uninstalling / reinstalling programs, spyware/virus infections, or everyday computer use can cause your TP-LINK drivers to become corrupt (another common cause is upgrading from Windows XP to Windows 7/8). Drivers can also become outdated through Windows updates and service pack upgrades.
Corrupted or outdated TP-LINK drivers often create file errors, communication problems, or hardware malfunction in Windows. Common problems include no sound, printing malfunctions, video / screen problems.
There are two (2) ways to fix driver-related problems:
Both repair options fix corrupted or outdated TP-LINK drivers via replacing your current drivers with the latest file releases.
Approved / Recommended Solution Links:
(1) Driver update scan