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    PCE-AC68 driver is defective.

    This device has had on and office issues since Windows 10 launched, but the current driver published by Asus has a flaw in it which triggers on continuous sessions.

    A system with it installed left to run for a week or more will eventually find that the device eventually stops responding. This can also result in BSODS, but usually the NetworkUXBroker crashes leading to system freezes on Wi-Fi channel changes, disconnects, 'WLAN Extensibility has stopped' flooding the event log etc.

    A side effect of this event is that Task manager details view stops functioning, the device cannot be disabled in device manager (it hangs trying to). And often logging in to a second user account will be extremely delayed, if not never work.


    as the user in this reddit post found
    https://www.reddit.com/r/Windows10/c...eing_buggy_on/


    the 6.30.223.228 driver works without these issues, but is not intended for windows 10 / not fully capable with NDIS 6.8

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