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MSI B85I Intel WLAN Driver 15.6.1 for Windows 7/Windows 8 Download

Posted at December 7, 2023 by PCI-DB Team

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Device NameMSI B85I Intel WLAN Driver 15.6.1 for Windows 7/Windows 8
CategoryNetwork Card
File Size316.8 MB
Supported OSWindows 7 ,Windows 7 64 bit ,Windows 8 ,Windows 8 64 bit

MSI B85I Intel WLAN Driver 15.6.1 for Windows 7/Windows 8 Description

- Silent update hang up
- WiDi Pairing gets lost and PIN screen shows up when connecting to a already paired adapter
- Cannot install only "WIFI_Software"
- Event 5002: UCODE_SYSASSERT during sending pings
- WoWLAN: Wrong Null Data packets intervals while in S3
- BT Coex: LOW (SISO) WiFi Rx TPT when BT is on
- Remote Wake: Wake packets which contain application data doesn't wake the DUT
- Remote Wake: Wake packet with optional TCP data in the header will fail
- Remote Wake: Link loss caused by ignored Keep Alive Acks
- Power consumption is high by around 2mA in unassociated states
- Wireless Mode value is wrong
- BT coex: WiFi goes into break condition when changing Channel while BT in active state
- BT coex: WiFi TPT drops to SISO when perform BT SW RF Kill or disable
- NetDetect: Feature doesn't work after RF Kill de assert in S4 FFS
- File download speed is lower than competitor WLAN when laptop DUTs connected to same BSSID
- WoWLAN : RTS packets are not being answered with CTS in S3
- Remote Wake: Poor receive performance - every TCP ACK is transmitted more the once
- BTHS: Pending OID upon Tear Down by connecting to AP
- Mobile Hotspot client connection becomes limited when 5th device got connected
- Wifi Rx TPT in screen-shield room showing unexpected drop in performance when BT is off
- uCode SysAssert when scanning for adapters
- SysAssert while running WiFi traffic with BT HID Traffic
- No background scan in Idle Associated states
- taking too long to connect to to hoc and often fail
- BTHS fails to recover if softAP is enabled during BTHS transmission
- BTHS: Client fails to reconnect and send data/mgmt frames upon disconnecting BSS from AP
- WoWLAN: High power consumption in S3 after a random amount of seconds
- WoWLAN: High power consumption in S3 due to staying awake too long
- Event 5010 on Miniport Disable\Enable
- Roaming does not work even if DUT reaches RSSI threshold
- WiFi toggle could not be turned on after repeated airplane mode on/off operation
- BSOD when running WHCK item, System-Sleep and PNP
- WiFi cannot be turned ON again after switching Airplane mode repeatedly
- BSOD (9F) when power off
- High power consumption at S3 with WoWLAN enabled

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