Download the latest Intel Wi-Fi driver version 22.230.0 released for Intel’s wireless hardware. This release includes functional updates, but more importantly, it addresses a few operation issues which have been discussed in detail below.
If you have the supported hardware, download and install the latest Intel Wi-Fi driver using the direct download link provided below.
Note: The 32-bit Windows is still on Wi-Fi driver version 22.160.0.
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Download Intel Wi-Fi driver v22.230.0
For Windows 11, 10 (x64)
For Windows 10 (x86)
What’s new in Intel wireless driver 22.230.0
The following fixes and improvements have been made in the Intel Wi-Fi driver version 22.230.0:
Channel allocation alignment is done to IEEE 6E standard. Japan 6E TX power alignment.
Rarely, after connecting to a wireless network, turning off the Wi-Fi switch, putting the computer into sleep mode, then waking it up again, the wireless 6E-capable adapter might show a yellow bang in the Device Manager. This issue is now resolved.
The issue of some computers failing to connect to certain Access Points (APs) is fixed.
The issue of Wi-Fi not being able to search 5 GHz AP Service Set Identifier (SSID) when using 2.4 GHz frequency during Wireless Display (WiDi) screen casting is fixed.
This release includes functional updates.
Intel Wi-Fi driver 22.230.0 supported hardware
Here is a list of the supported Wi-Fi hardware compatible with this driver:
- Intel Wi-Fi 6E AX411 (Gig+)
- Intel Wi-Fi 6E AX211 (Gig+)
- Intel Wi-Fi 6E AX210 (Gig+)
- Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX203
- Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX201
- Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX200
- Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX101
- Intel Wireless-AC 9560
- Intel Wireless-AC 9461/ 9462
- Intel Wireless-AC 9260
To learn more about the Wi-Fi driver version 22.230.0, read the Release Notes.
How to install Intel Wi-Fi drivers
Once you have downloaded the respective driver(s), the process to install it is simple. Here are the steps to install an Intel wireless driver:
Run the downloaded setup file by double-clicking it.
The installation wizard will launch.
Agree to the End User License Agreement by checking the box below and then click Install.
The driver will then begin installation and the process should not take more than more than a minute.
When done, click Finish.
The driver will now be successfully installed, automatically replacing the older version.
Roll Back Driver
If a driver has been updated, Windows still keeps the previous version of the driver just in case. This will be made available in case you decide to roll back to it at a later time.
You may need to go back to the previous version of the driver if you find that the newer one is having issues, or is just not compatible with your setup.
That said, Windows only keeps the last installed version of the driver and discards the rest. You can roll back to the latest version using these steps:
Press Windows Key + R keys simultaneously to open the Run Command box.
Type in “devmgmt.msc” and press Enter to open the Device Management console.
Expand the branch of the hardware whose driver you want to roll back.
Right-click on the device and then click Properties from the context menu.
Switch to the Driver tab and click Roll Back Driver.
From the pop-up window, select the reason for rolling back and then click Yes.
The window will now close. Give your system a few seconds for the driver to successfully rollback.
Note that you will not be prompted whether the driver has rolled back or not. You can confirm this by checking that the “Roll Back Driver” button has been greyed out in the device’s Properties window. If it has, it means that the rollback was successful.
Proceed to close the Properties window and the Device Management console.
The purpose of the driver is to make the communication between the hardware and software seamless. Therefore, it is always recommended that you install the latest driver available, which includes security patches, bug fixes, and other improvements.
Download the latest Intel wireless Wi-Fi driver today using the direct download link from Intel.