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Windows® 10 Wi-Fi Drivers for Intel® Wireless Adapters (Installation Failed)

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Hi guys i tried to update my wireless adapters atm but it says installation failed. Anyone know this issue or have a fix thank you

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What is the WirelessSetup.exe running twice?

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Beginner
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I am having the exact same issue as the original poster. 

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I saw the two programmes location, they all in C:\windows\temp directory, that mean they all temporally.

In my opinion, [WiFi_21.110.1_Driver64_Win10.exe] is a decompress programme and the [WirelessSetup.exe] is the real driver installer , [WirelessSetup.exe] get run after they are decompressed to temp folder.

Here is the [ProcessExplorer] show us.

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New Contributor I
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So you got a workaround to install this update; but it still gives you BSOD's.. Great...

 

If it was just a wifi add-in-card on my motherboard i would unplug, and use the ethernet plug like i already do, but it is integrated. And to make it worse; I'm not connected to a wifi point.

(Even via device manager -> disable is not working for me.)

Intel pleas fix this asap... 

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Please try -help like this:

Installation steps & details

  1. Download the file described above.
  2. From the command line run as administrator, browse to the subdirectory where the file is located.
  3. Type the EXE file name followed by - help (i.e. WiFi_21.60.2_Driver64_Win10.exe -help). This will open the list of options for silent install using the EXE file as shown in the picture below.
     

     

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I think my opinions maybe is right.

-q -s is for quiet install and do not show any GUI interface.

-l is for log

-r is for repair the crash install (if you have already or not install the driver)

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XD.

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New Contributor I
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No popup or anything

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What version of windows have you running that ?

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Same here @JorisNL, no pop-up, v 2004 (Build: 19041.388).

 

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Well, i have no idea what going on.

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Did we download a hacked Version?

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New Contributor I
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I'm running 1909 (18363.997)

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PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> Get-FileHash C:\Users\sepp\Downloads\WiFi_21.110.1_Driver64_Win10.exe -Algorithm md5
Algorithm       Hash                                                                   Path
---------       ----                                                                   ----
MD5             A08BE39F554ECF1009D3F7A333132E5C

WiFi_21.110.1_Driver64_Win10.zip

Windows 10, 64-bit*

Multi language

22.96 MB

        4a70913cdc7c3f265b0fa69981b81dfa

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New Contributor I
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Hope not; would mean that Intel got hacked, or a large scale man in the middle attack... But I doubt that.

I think this error slipped thought testing, as Intel is scaling down their testing just like Microsoft.
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Here is my download file sha256sum, also you can check your download file sha256sum

1f6bbff3bb270740f2b5cabe8dc42580708c0becca35ecf54580e355fbb4c394

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New Contributor I
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our md5 match this one...

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Yep, we use the same thing.

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