Edup EP-N8537 Driver – Edup EP-N8537 driver is a software component that allows the operating system to communicate with Edup EP-N8537 Wifi Adapter. For example, suppose that an application needs to read some data from a device. The application calls a function implemented by the operating system and the operating system calls a function implemented by the controller.
If you own Edup EP-N8537 Wifi Adapter and looking for drivers to connect your device to the computer, you have landed on the right site. You can download Edup EP-N8537 driver here, with a simply click on the “Download Link” below.
The EDUP USB 2.0 wireless adapter allows you to connect your laptop or desktop computer to any wireless N network in your home or office. The wireless 150 Mbps N (802.11n) wireless wifi card is ideal for those who want to upgrade old computers to access the Internet through a wireless N network. Five times faster than traditional wireless networks (802.11b), wireless N networks allow high-speed data transfers, online games and ultra-fast downloads. The N Wireless USB 2.0 adapter gives you access to all the broadband capabilities of N wireless networks in older and newer computers. Its simple and easy installation means that you will surf the Internet, download movies and emails in a short time.
- Add Wireless 802.11 b/g /n access to any USB enabled computer
- Up to five times faster than previous generation wireless connection standard (Wireless 802.11g)
- Full 64-bit or 128-bit WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) and WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) security for protected internet usage
- Supports Microsoft WinXP，WinVista，Win7，Win8，Win8.1，Win10；MacOS10.7~10.9；Linux v126.96.36.199
- Operating distance of up to 300 meters in open space
- Easy operation and set-up
- Supports USB 1.0, 1.1, 2.0 connector ports
- 2.412GHz ~ 2.4835GHz unlicensed ISM Frequency Band
- DSSS (Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum)
- Modulation Method: DQPSK/DBPSK/CCK
Edup EP-N8537 Driver Download
In most cases, the Windows drivers found here are “self-extracting” (.exe) files. Click on the desired file. When prompted, set the destination on your desk. Create a new folder and move the file to it. Click on the file to automatically extract the software and the associated files in your new folder. You can also extract or move these files to a floppy disk. Note that these files will only be self-extracting if they are run from Windows. After extracting the files to a disk or special directory, locate the installer, usually called “setup.exe” or “install.exe”, and then click on it to start the installation.
Sometimes, there is no installer because you have to install your driver through the Windows “Add a device” function. You can find instructions for installing printers in the Windows Help file. Our Mac OSX files are also self-extracting. These files must be downloaded and executed in the same way. The installer will be present on the desktop once completed: click on it and follow the instructions to install it.