Couple days ago, I have finished building a new Intel i9-10900 (NON K)
system and currently having difficulties setting WIFI.
My system's motherboard (ROG STRIX Z490) manufacturer (ASUS) has claimed that this board is equipped with AX201 WIFI6+BT adapter.
After installing all the drivers, the network adapter device can not be found in Device Manager. I only have Intel Ethernet I225-V correctly installed and have been using.
I also dumped out DXDIAG log to see if wirelss ax201 PCI device is present but unfortunately, I could not locate AX201 device (Vendor ID 8086, Device ID 06F0)
Does this mean that I have a defective board?
My local service center keeps telling me to re-install everything from scratch till the Wireless adapter shows off.
I installed from scratch at least 3 times but no luck setting up WIFI.
Please do help me out by giving me technical advises on what could be possible solutions to my problem.
I have attached my DXDIAG log for you to refer.
Thank you very much for your support and help.
I really need one now.
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