Possible Fix for Intel Wi-Fi Cards AX210/AX211 

Possible Fix for Intel Wi-Fi Cards AX210/AX211 

Possible Fix for Intel Wi-Fi Cards AX210/AX211 
Possible Fix for Intel Wi-Fi Cards AX210/AX211 
2022-08-08 23:53:43 - last edited 2022-08-12 10:31:34
Model: Archer TXE75E  
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Possible Fix for Intel Wi-Fi Cards: AX210/AX211 

 

Note: Some Intel Wi-Fi Cards may have Wi-Fi 6E limitations in some areas due to regional restrictions, thus it's better to first reach our to Intel support to confirm if the driver has supported 6GHz in your area. 

 

If your computer is installed with network adapters using the Intel Wi-Fi 6E AX210/AX211 (like  TP-Link PCI-E adapter TXE75E), here are some other fixes (approved to be working by some of our customers) that might help increase the performance of your network connection or help connect to a 6GHz network: 

 

  • Install the latest wireless intel driver for the AX210 | AX211 

  • Try the older driver of 22.45. X for your intel AX210 

 

More information regarding the topic, including links to the corresponding drivers and to a forum post on the intel site, can be found within our KB here: 

Device Failed to Detect 6GHz Band of Wi-Fi 6E Routers 

 

After Updating your Driver, Please Make Sure to Update your PC to the latest version of Windows. 

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Re:Possible Fix for Intel Wi-Fi Cards AX210/AX211 
a week ago

As of 11-26-2022, the 6GHz band is NOT supported in Windows 10. Shows in the connections list as a HIDDEN NETWORK that you cannot connect to.

I spent hours trying to troubleshoot and fix my TXE75E adapters only to later notice that the driver download page specifies that 6GHz is currently only supported in Windows 11.
https://www.tp-link.com/us/support/download/archer-txe75e/

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