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.
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...
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)