Just a suggestion for the future, treat the Wireless and Bluetooth driver packages as a set. That is, if you uninstall one, uninstall the other as well. Same for installation, install both as a set.
It used to be recommended that the Bluetooth package be installed before the Wireless package. I am not sure that this is a requirement any longer, but I continue to do it and recommend that it be done this way.
So, here's my experience: I got a msg. from Intel Driver & Support Assistant to updata the Windows 10 Wi-Fi Drivers for Intel Wireless Adapter. It downloaded, but failed to run. Then I noticed that my bluetooth headphones no longer worked, then I noticed that I couldn't turn bluetooth on as I normally do using that blue slider in the BlueTooth settings -- it was no longer there.
Go to the internet for help. Found out that that bluetooth slider is only there if BlueTooth was there, so conclusion: the update--mis-update--wiped out bluetooth. My wireless internet access was fine.
Came to this Support site and found out that others had the "failure to execute" problem as I had, and saw the manual procedure to run in lieu of a pending Intel fix.
I ran that procedure, but it didn't seem to change anything. Then Leon (see above) recommended that I just update the Bluetooth driver using his instructions, which i did... now I can once again enjoy my headphones.
Good thing I have time on my hands. I'm not an IT person, but know my way around the PC in terms of applications... not this infrastructure stuff. Muddling along... happy to have folks like you to help me out.
Was with Win10 Pro 19H1 64-bit, no issues sharing my OPPO Reno2 Android 10 phone internet to my Asus G752VY via wifi.
Problem started after I upgrade to 20H2, BSOD kicks off every time my phone connect via wifi to my laptop.
Followed instructions given, download and installed 220.127.116.11 no hassle, succesfully installed. But nope, still didn't worked. BSOD again in spite of the upgrade, showing 18.104.22.168 on Device Manager driver settings as the active driver in use.
Googled and found a solution, not quite sure if it works for evryone, but it does for me.
My Windows 10 saying "Some settings managed by your organization". Went to Control Panel-System-Advanced System-Computer Name. Click Network ID, shows 'Select the option that describes your network' - (1)this computer part of business network and (2) home computer. Mine set on business network.
I changed to 'home computer' and restart. Check Network ID, still on 'home computer'. Connected my phone via wifi and bang! BSOD again. After restaring the Network ID switch back by itself to 'business network' again!
Was able to connect with my computer set to 'business network', but after several times connecting and reconnecting BSOD kicks off again. **bleep**!
Went this time to phone setting, on portable network sharing there are 2 network bandwidth types - 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz.
Switch my phone's bandwidth sharing to 5Ghz, wow! seems working! didn't had that BSOD again after connecting and reconnecting several times.
Hope it will last. I am no tech guy
Just sharing, hope it helps anyone by any chance
We would like to inform you that we will proceed to close this thread now. Our recommendation is to stay with driver version 21.90.3 and keep checking https://downloadcenter.intel.com/ for the latest driver releases.
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