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Cant upgrade Win 7 in place, tells me to update a non existent driver.
I'm trying to upgrade my Windows 7 to fix some system errors. However, every time I try to upgrade, it tells me to update my TP-Link Wireless USB Adapter. We had this before but we're currently using a different router now. So this driver is completely useless. However upon checking the device manager, I can seem to find it there. Maybe I'm missing something. I've checked the version of the broken wireless router. It's TP-WR841N v.5.3 I've downloaded the drivers as well. The thing is, I can't update it since I can't find it. I don't think it even exists in the first place.
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