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  • 2011
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    How to Use the New TP-LINK Wireless Configuration Utility to connect to network?
    TP-LINK’s TL-WPA4220 300Mbps AV500 WiFi Powerline Extender gained HWM’s Gold award with an overall performance of 9.0 points out of 10 from HWM Malaysia, a leading authority on consumer technology products and the most influential tech magazine in Southeast Asia. HWM commonly features stories on emerging technology trends and the latest gadgets and is also a trusted source for consumer technology reviews with rigorous testing and reliable expert reviews.
    1. Installation.
     
    Run the CD and choose the right adapter card to install.  (Figure 1)
     
    Your Anti-Virus software may block the normal installing process because of some related protect policy. Please quite the Anti-Virus software temporarily.
     
    Figure 1
     
    During installation, you may see Windows Warning message as below. (Figure 2) Please choose “Continue Anyway” to continue the installation.  
     
    Figure 2
     
    After successful installation, there will a short-cut on the desktop. See Figure 3.
     
    Figure 3
     
    2. Connection
     
    I. Double-click the short-cut to run TP-LINK Wireless Configuration Utility.
    In Network tab, you can see all available wireless networks. Click “Rescan” to refresh the list. (Figure 4)
     
    Figure 4
     
    II. To connect to your network, please double-click on it or highlight it then click “connect button.  The Utility would automatically save the profile for auto-connection.
     
    Figure 5
     
    III. Type in your network password and click OK.
     
    Figure 6
     
    After successful connection, a green wireless symbol would be shown beside the Network Name (SSID).
     
    Figure 7
     
    To disconnect the network, highlight it and click Disconnect.
     
    Figure 8