Congrats on the new WiFi adapter! Here are the steps to follow to install the correct drivers. Scroll down for info on Linux drivers.
- Ensure you have the latest drivers: Install Wi-Fi & Bluetooth drivers, then reboot computer.
Install Wi-Fi Drivers (do this one first)
Install Bluetooth Drivers (do this one second)
- **Be sure to install the Windows 10/11, 64-bit drivers (top one). They are not compatible with 32-bit versions**
- If you are unable to install the latest driver version, you can download a older (former) version provided here:
Intel Wi-Fi Drivers (as of Nov 2019)
- Driver installation can fail because of an outdated OS, insufficient RAM, or insufficient HD space. Please ensure you update your OS!!
- Note: these drivers are provided "as-is" and are no longer supported/provided by HighZer0 or Intel.
- If you receive an error while installing drivers, you may require manufacturer specific drivers for your system. See FAQ below.
- If installing drivers doesn’t work, here is an Intel support article with the steps you should follow:
Clean Installation of Wireless Drivers by Intel
- Be sure to repeat for the Bluetooth drivers/device as well
If you have a Linux operating system, please refer to this link from Intel:
Linux Support for Intel Wireless Adapters
Or for a more advanced view, refer to the Intel WiFi Linux Community page