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    I have a TP Link TL-WN727N USB wireless adapter to surf internet with my mobile device. I use TP Link utility's SoftAP mode to create wi-fi hotspot which worked really nice for me. I haven't used my wi-fi for a while but couple of days ago when I tried using it, although my device connects to the wi-fi but I can't access internet. I uninstalled the driver and utility software and reinstalled it again but my device still can't connect to the internet. Can anyone please helping me with this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cynical View Post
    I have a TP Link TL-WN727N USB wireless adapter to surf internet with my mobile device. I use TP Link utility's SoftAP mode to create wi-fi hotspot which worked really nice for me. I haven't used my wi-fi for a while but couple of days ago when I tried using it, although my device connects to the wi-fi but I can't access internet. I uninstalled the driver and utility software and reinstalled it again but my device still can't connect to the internet. Can anyone please helping me with this?
    OS?
    firewall issue maybe?
    try sharing the connection manually.
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    That utility doesn't work well on windows 8.1 for me anyway.
    use connectify.
    Last edited by Badhon_raj; November 26th, 2015 at 14:16.

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    like badhon has said his method of sharing doesn't work that way in 8.1, so for 8.1 and 10 you can follow this (on the lower part of the post)

    http://redwanhasan.blogspot.com/2013...s-fine-in.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    like badhon has said his method of sharing doesn't work that way in 8.1, so for 8.1 and 10 you can follow this (on the lower part of the post)

    http://redwanhasan.blogspot.com/2013...s-fine-in.html
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    @Badhon_raj I'm using Windows 8 and I've already checked firewall settings and also made sure that my USB wi-fi adapter automatically updates IPv6. I tried using Connectify and I could access internet with it but the speed was very slow. So I re-installed TP Link utility and used the install shield wizard of the driver to repair driver which somehow solved the problem and my device now connects to internet through the hotspot created by TP Link utility's softAP mode and the speed is normal. But thank you for your advice.

    @redwan hasan I've checked your link, sharing internet through netsh WLAN command seems interesting. Since my problem somehow got resolved thus I didn't have use your guideline to set up wi-fi but I might give it a try in future. Thanks for the advice and that was a nicely written article by the way.

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