Many Windows users recently reported issues with the Intel Wi-Fi 6AX201 adapter driver. According to a linked user, “The Intel (R) Wi-Fi 6 AX2011 60MHz adapter has a driver or hardware issue. If you are one of these users, you have come to the right place.
Today’s article brings together quick fixes and comprehensive solutions for Wi-Fi connectivity. See below for details.
How to fix Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX201 adapter driver problem?
Before starting the detailed solution, try these quick fixes to see if they help. First, restart the computer, and then restart the router.
Or unplug the power cord from the router for 2 minutes. Update your operating system; make sure you are running the latest and latest version of Windows. If it does not help, please go to the following solutions: F
FIX 1: Uninstall and reinstall the network driver:
The first solution to the “Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX201 Adapter Driver Issue” is to simply uninstall and reinstall the network driver program. It has worked for many users, and we hope it can help you too. To do this, follow the steps below:
Note: Before starting the uninstall process, make sure that your system has the backup driver installed.
If not, you can download and install it from the Intel Download Center. First, keep pressing Windows + R to start the run dialog. Now, in the empty text box, type devmgmt.msc, click “OK”, and the Device Manager window will launch.
\Now in the Device Manager window, expand the network adapter from the list of options, right-click Intel (R) Wi-Fi 6 AX201 160MHz, and select Uninstall Device from the submenu.
In thefollowing message, select the check box for the option to delete the driver software for this device, and then click Uninstall. Finally, restart the computer. Once your system boots up again, Windows will automatically detect the missing driver and install it accordingly.
Now check if the above problem has been resolved. Fix 2:
Update your network driver: Intel Wi Adapter Driver-Fi 6 AX201″ problem may also be triggered by the faulty and outdated network controller.
The solution here is to update your network driver, for this, please follow the steps below:
To manually update the network driver: First, navigate to the Intel Download Center, then click Wireless
Now next to View by-products, click the drop-down menu and select the Intel® Wi-Fi 6 product option. On the next screen, click Windows® 10 Wi-Fi Driver for Intel® Wireless Adapter.
Now in the left panel menu, click the download button of the WiFi_22.50.1_Driver64_Win10.exe file.
Double-click the downloaded file and follow the instructions on the screen to install the driver. To update network drivers automatically:
If the manual method seems long and complicated, consider using a dedicated driver update tool.
There are several driver update tools available online that can help you get the job done right away with minimal effort.
FIX 3: Run the network troubleshooter and re-establish the connection-
According to many users who suffered while using the network troubleshooter, the “Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX201 Adapter Driver” issue has been resolved for them.
You can also try the same operation by following the steps below: First, press Windows + I and start the “Settings” application.
Now go to Network and Internet and click Network Troubleshooter in the right pane menu. The troubleshooting process will begin.
After finishing, check the result. Now, if the above error still occurs, please navigate to Network and Internet again and select Reset Network.
Finally, restart the computer and check whether the above problem has been resolved. F
FIX 4: Change the wireless mode setting:
“Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX201 Adapter Driver Problem” sometimes may also be related to the dual-band device.
Here, changing the wireless settings will help. To do this, follow the steps below: First, press Windows + R to launch the Run dialog.
Now, type devmgmt.msc in the empty text box, click OK, and the Windows Manager window will open. equipment. In the Device Manager window, expand the network adapter, right-click your wireless network card, and select Properties from the submenu.
Now, in the “Properties” window, go to the “Advanced” tab (from the horizontal menu), and in the “Value” section, change the wireless mode setting from 802.11a / b / g to 1.5Ghz 802.11a.
In addition, you can also change the wireless settings and switch to different attribute and value settings. In addition, according to some affected users, once they change all settings to 5Ghz, the problem will be resolved.
In addition, click the Power Management tab (in the horizontal menu) and uncheck the check box before the Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power option.
If you’re having trouble using a Wi-Fi connection, any of the solutions listed above can help you solve the same problem.
They are all tired and tested. At the end of this article, we hope you find all the above information useful and relevant. If you have any questions or comments, please enter your comment in the comment box below.