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RE : Network Adapter Error

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HP ProBook 440 g7
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I had a problem that causes my laptop to show blue screen error when I connect to the Wi-Fi router.  I have viewed the event log each time I get a bluescreen and this error is show : "Intel(R) Wi-Fi 6 AX201 160MHz : The network adapter has returned an invalid value to the driver" . It usually crashes after I used the WIFI for some time like 1hr or 2hr. However there are many users connected to the same WIFI during the day but they do not 

 

I have updated all my drivers including the wlan driver and bios but still this error occurs.

Hoping for a favorable reply.

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one thing to try is to set the intel wifi driver to connect to 802.11ac, instead of tryint ax and ac... you do that in the Windows Device Manager\Netword Adapters\IntelWi-Fi 6 ax200 proterties dialog... select the Advanced tab and change the 802.11n/ac/ax Wireless Mode to '3. 802.11ac'

 

some wireless AP's have had issues connecting to new ax adapters

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