Intel released Windows 10 wireless driver to solve the problem of BSOD and packet loss
Intel has released a new version of the wireless network card driver for Windows 10 users a few days ago, and the driver also includes a new version of the driver for Intel’s Bluetooth devices.
According to Intel’s instructions, an exclamation mark may appear in the device manager for the previous version of the driver, and there are also connection problems when using a Bluetooth keyboard or Bluetooth headset.
The new version of the driver fixes these problems and can now be used normally. At the same time, Intel also said that the new version of the driver solves wireless network card-related problems.
Including the network connection problems and security issues of the wireless network card, and some previous versions of the wireless network card driver sometimes trigger the blue screen of death.
- Version 220.127.116.11 for Wi-Fi 6E AX210, AX201, AX200, Wireless-AC 9560, 9461/ 9462, 9260.
- Version 18.104.22.168 for Intel dual-band wireless-AC 8265 and 8260,
Version 22.214.171.124 for dual-band wireless-AC 3165, 3168, and 7265 Family.
- Intel has fixed an issue where the Device Manager will report that the wireless adapter
is not functioning properly. This happens when you share large files wirelessly.
- Intel has fixed connectivity issues, particularly a bug where users experience random loss of network connectivity.
- Intel has fixed Blue Screen of Death errors caused by the previous versions of the driver.
- New security and general bug fixes.