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Saturday, August 8, 2020

Intel Update Bluetooth & WiFi Driver To Fix BSOD in Windows 10

Recently Intel fixed Bluetooth and WiFi Driver for those Intel Wireless Device users in Windows 10 May 2020 Update or earlier.

This update is said to fix most of the problems related to Blue Screen Of Dead (BSOD) that users may be experiencing, besides that this update also comes with performance improvements and security enhancements.

The following adapters support Driver Update:

  • Driver Version for Adapter AX201, AX200, 9560, 9260, 9462, 9461
  • Driver Version for Adapter 8265 and 8260.
  • Driver Version for Adapter 7265, 3165 and 3168.

And for those who are curious, here is the complete changelog of this driver update:

  • Fixes an issue where the data transfer performance is reduced when the network connections shifts from Wi-Fi Direct to 2.4 GHz AP.
  • Fixes BSOD caused by the Intel wireless driver.
  • Fixes BSOD when you resume your device from Sleep mode and Modern Standby feature is enabled.
  • BSOD fixes reported with Event ID 5010 in Event Viewer.
  • Fixes performance issues when you resume your laptop from sleep mode and Modern Standby is enabled.
  • Fixes disconnection issues when your system is sitting idle or you're streaming online videos at 2.4 GHz.
  • Includes functional and security improvements.

Now for those of you Intel users with the adapter mentioned above, you can download it via the Intel Driver and Support Assistant (iDSA) Tool which you can download on the following page, then please follow the steps instructed.

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