Intel recently put out new Wi-Fi drivers. These drivers, version 23.30.0 for 64-bit Windows 10 and 11, and version 22.160.0 for 32-bit Windows 10, are for their latest Wi-Fi 7 adapters called BE200 and BE202. These updates aim to fix problems and make the Wi-Fi connections faster. They also make sure that these adapters work well with the newest Wi-Fi standard, especially on Windows 11.

However, there’s a big problem: the Wi-Fi adapters don’t work with computers that have AMD processors. This problem wasn’t mentioned before, which has left many users confused. The new drivers don’t clearly say if they solve this issue for AMD computers. Intel hasn’t said anything about this issue yet. This lack of information makes it hard for users and companies who want to use these adapters with AMD computers.

By Harry