The BSOD error can occur due to various reasons.
In some cases, the Intel Wireless Connections driver can be the culprit.
In this article, we list a few resolutions for the BSOD error that comes up while opening Intel® Wireless Connections.
- Intel Wireless Connections allow users to connect their laptops to wireless Internet.
- Users reported getting an intel wireless connection error when trying to connect to the network.
- Some users reported that uninstalling and reinstalling Intel wireless drivers helped.
Turn off Windows Firewall
- Open the Windows Search bar, type firewall, and click on the relevant search result.
- Click on Turn Windows Firewall on or off.
- Uncheck the “Turn on Windows Firewall” checkbox.
- Restart Windows.
- Update drivers
Press the Windows key + I to open Settings.
- Navigate to Update & Security.
- Click on Check for updates.
Uninstall Network Adapter Drivers
- Go to Device Manager.
- Locate your wireless network adapter drivers.
- Right-click on the name of the drivers and select Uninstall device.
- Confirm your choice.
Disable Wi-Fi Protected Setup
- Disable Wi-Fi Protected Setup by right-click the Wi-Fi icon on the taskbar and selecting Forget Network.
- Then, right-click the Wi-Fi icon again and select Connect or any other option.
- Disable Intel Wireless
Open the Device Manager.
- Then, expand Network adapters and right-click the Intel Wireless adapter.
- Select Disable device.
- Restart Windows.
Uninstall Intel PROSet/Wireless Software
- First, close any open applications.
- Press the Windows + R keys to open the Run accessory.
- Input appwiz.cpl in Run, and click OK to open the Programs and Features window.
- Select the Intel PROSet/Wireless Software program, and click the Uninstall button to remove it.
Install Realtek Drivers
- Download the latest Realtek Network Drivers from the Realtek website.
- Download the latest Intel Wireless drivers from the Intel website.
- Install the downloaded Intel Wireless drivers.
- Restart your PC.
- Run Intel Wireless Software Update.
- After the update, it prompts you to restart your PC.
- Make sure that the Intel Wireless Connection Utility is installed on your PC.
- Run the utility.
- Press the Help button.
- Select the Troubleshoot option.
- Ensure that your Intel Wireless Adapter Driver is the latest version.