- Windows 10 and Windows 11 users with Intel hardware have been experiencing trouble lately.
- However, Intel has released new Bluetooth and WiFi drivers to deal with the streaming problem.
- You can download these latest drivers directly from the official website, and no other sources.
It’s pretty safe to say that there is no error more dreaded among PC users than the infinitely annoying blue screen of death (BSOD).
These critical errors are the result of major/fatal conflicts inside your device and lead to the total halt of whatever you were doing, as they break the system.
Lately, we’ve been talking about the BSODs users experienced when creating a new Network Adapter, or Network Interface Card (NIC) joined to a virtual machine (VM) network.
Thankfully, that situation got fixed, and we’re here to tell you about another BSOD story that has a happy ending, thanks to Intel.
No more BSODs while streaming on Windows 10 and 11
Know that, if you have been experiencing issues with streaming video over Wi-Fi from your computer, the latest driver from Intel is here to save the day.
The CPU manufacturer has released new Wi-Fi and Bluetooth drivers to resolve various bugs and fix an issue causing blue screens of death (BSOD) on systems with both Windows 10 and 11.
If you aren’t too familiar with the situation we are presenting, just know that the key Wi-Fi-related bugs Intel Wi-Fi 22.190.0 fixes:
- Windows 11: On some systems, video glitches may be observed while using a wireless display to screen projecting on 802.11ax mode.
- Windows 11 and 10: Some systems might experience degraded downlink throughput performance on 160 MHz channels.
- Windows 11 and 10: There may be other minor issues addressed which will impact performance, stability, or vendor-specific functionality not listed above. Users should update to the latest version.
Please note that Intel Wi-Fi driver 22.190.0 is available for 64-bit Windows 10 and 11. Also important is the fact that the company no longer releases drivers for Windows 7, 8.1, and 32-bit Windows 10.
In fact, equally important to know is that the latter only receives updates to address security vulnerabilities.
Early reports mentioned that, in some systems, with a simultaneous Bluetooth connection and streaming with Wi-Fi, a BSOD may be rarely observed after a system restart.
Intel Wireless Bluetooth 22.190.0 driver has been updated to include functional updates, so users should update to the latest version.
You can go ahead and download these latest drivers directly from the Intel official website. We recommend not getting this software from other, untrusted sources.
Have you ever experienced issues while streaming content from Windows 10 or Windows 11? Share your experience with us in the comments section below.
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