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    TP Link Firmware Recovery Utility - No LEDs lit? Try this.

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    TP Link seem unwilling to upload this themselves for some internal reason.

    If your firmware update fails and your TP-LINK powerline adaptor is "dead" after a powercycle, this should rescue it.

    https://1drv.ms/u/s!AAXXYwUIK3q_jZQK

  2. #2
    Thanks for sharing!

  3. #3
    Hy

    Can you reup the PLC Recovery Tool i get message wpcap.dll is missing

    Thanks

  4. #4
    The software hasn't changed. Works here.

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    I tried to use the software to recover my powerline adapter, but when I type in the correct PLC MAC Address using the format the software tells you to use, and browse for the correct firmware files, when I press the Scan button it says "No device to recover!" Am I doing something wrong? I have WinPcap installed, as well as the latest TP-Link PLC Utility. I also ran the PLC Recover Tool in Administrator Mode. I'm using the software on Windows 10.

    Are there any additional steps I need to take besides the ones I listed above? Any help would be appreciated.

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    If I recall correctly you should not need to type in the MAC address it should scan and find it. Is is bricked after an attempted firmware update?You are directly connected via Ethernet cable? You get a link light on PC? What model and version?


 

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