Community
cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
LIaco
Beginner
513 Views

Intel AX200 - BSOD when using more than one on single Motherboard/Computer

I am trying to use two Intel AX200 adapters on a same computer/motherboard to be able to connect to two separate SSID networks that the computer needs to be able to connect to.

 

The drivers for the first adapter are installed properly and the adapter connects as expected. However, on installing the second adapter, using the same drivers as it is identical hardware, I'm getting a BSOD.

 

Windows 10 with latest updates (no updates missing from Windows Update Center).

 

Why can't I use more than one adapter at a time?

Anyway to workaround this?

I can post/send memory dump to support for (hopefully) speedy fix.

 

Edit: More information, exact Model: AX200NGW

 

Thanks,

Leo

0 Kudos
2 Replies
AlHill
Super User
300 Views

I think you need to ask your motherboard manufacturer what their BIOS and board supports.

 

Speedy fix? Even if it were something with the drivers, you would not get a fix immediately, or even in weeks.

 

Your first stop is the motherboard manufacturer to confirm what their hardware/bios supports.

 

Doc

 

LIaco
Beginner
300 Views

Thanks for the reply...

 

​Not sure this is a motherboard issue. I have multiple pcie ports, I've switched the boards between different ports on multiple occasions. I've also tried a different board from a different manufacturer with same exact results. The Blue Screen ​Stop is on the actual *.sys driver for the adapter.

And when I said speedy fix, I meant speedy because driver developers have an easier time identifying the issue if they have a memory dump of the issue when it ocurrs. Sometimes it's hard for them to reproduce the issue, making a fix harder and longer to get.​

Reply