i downloaded the driver from d-link (in my case it was -usb-n150-wireless-n-150-easy-usb-adapterrevision=deu_revb#downloads). The zip file includes both the install and the uninstall package, so i ran the uninstall and voila. icon and driver are gone.
USBView is a free utility from Microsoft that displays the USB connection tree and shows the USB devices that are connected to it together with their configuration data. This is very useful for debugging USB enumeration errors. USBView runs under Windows 98, ME,2000, XP, Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1.
Please remember: Use vim or WinSCP to edit /etc/config/wireless in the \"radio1\" (2.4 GHz) WiFi section and turn LDPC off when using the hardware model TP-Link Archer C7v2. This will improve stability and latency a lot. Here's a sample of the config section: -presence/blob/master/scripts/wifimgr/radio-iface/20-tplink-archer-c7v5-radio1
I use batman-adv to have on mesh SSID (802.11s) running that carries the traffic of multiple VLAN networks through the batman interface. For example, you can build a mesh network with \"only driven by wireless uplink\" access points. One VLAN is the management VLAN where I can access the AP's web UI LUCI, one VLAN is a corporate network and one VLAN is a guest network. Without batman-adv, you would have needed to configure multiple WDS SSID for every single VLAN to provide it to a non-wired access point \"on the outside\". 153554b96e