Intel released Wi-Fi and Bluetooth drivers with fixes for BSOD and network discovery errors

Intel released Wi-Fi and Bluetooth drivers with fixes for BSOD and network discovery errors

Intel has released Wi-Fi and Bluetooth drivers for Windows 10 and 11 that address a number of issues, including blue screen of death under heavy network load and “No Wi-Fi networks found” messages when connecting to Miracast devices.

Software version 23.20.0 includes both functional and security updates. It fixed issues that affected performance, stability, and functionality.

The latest Intel Wi-Fi and Bluetooth drivers are available for systems with the following network adapters:

In December, Microsoft fixed a bug that causes problems with connecting to a Wi-Fi network in Windows 11 systems through cumulative updates KB5033375 and KB50532288. The issue was resolved using a known issue rollback (KIR).

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