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  1. #141
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    i tried to install it from the official intel pack 27.2, same thing
    kernel security check failure

    its not being offered via windows update like the bluetooh driver is anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eternal77 View Post
    not sure if these drivers are really for i225, causes pc to bluescreen as soon as installed then bluescreens on every bootup
    Working perfectly I225 Win 11

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    Intel released a new driver package 27.2 which finally includes the 1.2.22 driver.
    But it's not same driver it seems like?
    The file size of e2f68.sys and e2fmsg.dll is different.

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    I'm also (still) getting a BSOD when installing the latest Win 11 i225 driver. I'll be sticking with the latest Win 10 version of this driver. Given others are having issues this driver may not be supported yet on all of the Z690 boards.

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    Can confirm I am not having issues with i225 windows 11 driver on windows 11 pro 21h2.

    asus rog strix z690-a gaming wifi d4

    1304 BIOS

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    I think people who are having issues with these drivers, which by the way, are official Intel drivers, actually have issues with their install of Windows. Not everybody should search the internet for drivers, some should stick to whatever Windows installs or whatever the system/motherboard manufacturer provides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ataemonus View Post
    I think people who are having issues with these drivers, which by the way, are official Intel drivers, actually have issues with their install of Windows. Not everybody should search the internet for drivers, some should stick to whatever Windows installs or whatever the system/motherboard manufacturer provides.
    I'm running a clean install of Windows 11. Prime Z690-A motherboard. The only "official" drivers are the ones available on Asus's site, Intel's drivers are only officially supported for Intel ethernet cards, not integrated ethernet controllers.

    Also, the fact the bluescreen is a kernel security check failure points more to a driver or hardware compatibility issue than a Windows install issue. Two people have reported BSOD's, and we're doing so here to warn others so they update with caution.

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    You are wrong, the Intel official drivers are generic, for all solutions based on their controllers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkyd View Post
    I'm running a clean install of Windows 11. Prime Z690-A motherboard. The only "official" drivers are the ones available on Asus's site, Intel's drivers are only officially supported for Intel ethernet cards, not integrated ethernet controllers.

    Also, the fact the bluescreen is a kernel security check failure points more to a driver or hardware compatibility issue than a Windows install issue. Two people have reported BSOD's, and we're doing so here to warn others so they update with caution.
    Just a quick google search suggests that this could be system file related, malware, memory overclocking, quite a few things.

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    Hello and thanks for the updates .
    Can you send me a link for previous version of "I225 - Windows 11" driver please ?
    I think it was 2.1.0.3 or something similar .
    Thanks .

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