So I have the Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3165 WIFI Card and I started having this issues today where I have to install the ProSet drivers every time I restart the PC to be able to use WIFI and Bluetooth and it is super annoying so if anyone can help me with this here are the SSU logs https://hastebin.com/uduyafayoy.vbs https://hastebin.com/uduyafayoy.vbs
I cannot help you with your issue, but I would replace your log link with a .TXT extension instead of a .VBS extention, to ease user's fear of downloading some malicious script.
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Checking the provided SSU log file, it seems you have the latest driver for your wireless adapter installed. However, we recommend performing a clean driver installation in hopes to fix the problem.
You can find a step by step guide to clean wireless driver installation here:
- https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000022173/network-and-i-o/wireless-networking.html Clean Installation of Wireless Drivers
Please apply the process for both the Wireless and Bluetooth* drivers.
If the issue persists, please share more information about the symptoms. Describe what's the problem you experience after boot that blocks you from connecting to WiFi and Bluetooth*.
Thanks for taking the time to test a clean wireless driver installation.
In order to further assist you, we would like to gather more details on the problem. Please provide us with a detailed description of the issue and any error messages/codes you receive, please indicate where the errors are showing as well.
Thanks for your reply.
After restarting the system without reinstalling the drivers, please press the Windows Key + X and select Device Manager. Expand the Bluetooth and Network Adapter lines. Look for yellow exclamation marks and check the wireless adapter properties to verify if it's working properly.
Also, do you know if the issue happens when the system comes back from sleep mode?
We have further recommendations that may fix the connectivity issue you experience after starting the system:
- In the Device Manager window, click on the View in the File menu and select Show hidden devices.
- In the list of devices, expand the Network adapters.
- Look for Microsoft WiFi Direct Virtual Adapter. Right-click on it and select Disable device.
- Select Yes in the alert box with the warning.
- Restart your PC.
Please try the steps above and let us know the results.