Intel released two updated drivers to the public.
It’s an updated Wi-Fi driver with build number 22.90.0 and Bluetooth Driver build number 22.90.2. The drivers come with some important fixes for Windows 11 and also for Windows 10.
Read more in the Changelog below.
Changes in the updated drivers
Changed in the Bluetooth driver 22.90.2:
- On some systems, the Bluetooth device may stop working or display a yellow exclamation point in Device Manager after a reboot or after enabling/disabling Airplane Mode.
- The Intel® Wireless Bluetooth 22.90.2 driver has been updated to include functional updates. Users should upgrade to the latest version.
Changed in the Wi-Fi Driver 22.90.0:
- Fix Windows Stop (BSOD) errors that may occur under certain conditions on Windows 11
- The reported signal strength on Windows 11 is lower than the actual one in the 6GHz band.