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    TP Link

    I wrote this letter to sent to the TP-Link company. So, does it OK and have the style of letters?
    I know that there are a lot of mistakes because I was too busy during writing.

    I have bought a TP-Link adapter card “TL-WN851N” several days ago and I was happy to have this developed kind of wireless adapter card. This adapter card works well on windows XP because it has Wireless Client Utility. But I surprised as soon as I discovered that it doesn't compatible well with windows 7. Whenever it catches a signal of Internet connection it cut off frequently. The problem is that it doesn't have Wireless Client Utility which controls the Internet. What I want to say is that I’m requesting or ordering Wireless Client Utility from the company for windows 7 32bit.

    Note: this adapter is model N while the Router is G. So for Windows XP when I want to enter the Internet I go to the utility and disable this kind 300N.
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    Re: TP Link

    Quote Originally Posted by atchan View Post
    I wrote this letter to sent to the TP-Link company. So, does it OK and have the style of letters?
    I know that there are a lot of mistakes because I was too busy during writing.

    I have bought a TP-Link adapter card TL-WN851N several days ago and I was happy to have this developed kind of wireless adapter card. This adapter card works well on windows XP because it has Wireless Client Utility. But I was surprised as soon as I discovered that it doesn't isn't compatible well with windows 7. Whenever it catches a signal of Internet connection it cuts off frequently. The problem is that it doesn't have Wireless Client Utility which controls the Internet. What I want to say is that Im requesting or ordering Wireless Client Utility from the company for windows 7 32bit.

    Note: this adapter is model N while the Router is G. So for Windows XP when I want to enter the Internet I go to the utility and disable this kind 300N.
    *I am not a teacher*

    Just some basic suggestions.

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