Windows Event Manager reports the following errors:
000008000100000000000000921300C00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000005744525622420000 : The network adapter has returned an invalid value to the driver.
00001C000100000000000000891300C0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000494E4954900300000400BE16E22B4F9A00000000B015D49E00000000 : Could not allocate the resources necessary for operation.
0000240001000000000000008A1300C0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000100300000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 : Has determined that the network adapter is not functioning properly.
May I ask if you have updated the Intel ME to the corresponding version in the BIOS?
For example, the latest BIOS version of the ROG MAXIMUS Z790 EXTREME is 1202, which requires updating the Intel ME to 188.8.131.526.
Could you please confirm what your current operating system version and build are?
Have you updated not only the Intel WIFI Driver but all the drivers to the latest versions provided by the official website and compatible with your OS?
May I ask if the situation you described happened after any changes were made?
For example, updating the BIOS or connecting an external device
Based on what you've shared, do you notice error messages in the Windows Device Manager while experiencing an issue where the Wi-Fi connection becomes abnormal every time you perform a cold boot, and does this situation not occur during regular restarts without power loss?
Could you kindly verify if there is a yellow exclamation mark on the Wi-Fi driver in the Device Manager? Does the network status in the bottom right corner display "Connected but no internet," or does it show that you are unable to connect to the Wi-Fi entirely? It would be helpful if you could provide a detailed explanation of the Wi-Fi problem you're encountering.
Additionally, please provide the following relevant information to assist us in further assessing and verifying your situation:
- the images of the setting in BIOS, or whether it is the default
- the brand and model name of the CPU, GPU, DRAM (part number as well), and PSU currently installed
- the circumstances and frequency of problem
- contains a video that completely captures the problem's incidence and the surrounding environment
Happened after BIOS has been updated.
After cold boot Windows Device Manager indicates an error with code 10 that device is not functioning properly and have an issue with the power on action. In such state neither WiFi nor Bluetooth devices works. On regular restart and and shutdown operations everything works as expected. As I mentioned previously the only solution in such case is to Disable/Enable Wireless device in BIOS.
There are a few changes made in BIOS.
- XMP 1 profile to reduce memory speed from 5600 to 5200 as current BIOS of motherboard does not have support of 128 GB of RAM on 5600 Mhz.
- Some Aura settings (disable LED on S4 and S5 states)
- Disable USB power delivery on S4 and S5
- Some other minor changes.
1. ASUS ROG Maximus Z790 Extreme WiFi 6E LGA 1700(Intel®12th&13th Gen) EATX Gaming Motherboard (PCIe 5.0,DDR5,25power Stages,5X M.2,10&2.5Gb LAN,2xThunderbolt 4,USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 with Quick Charge 4+)
2. ASUS ROG Strix GeForce RTX® 4090 OC Edition Gaming Graphics Card (PCIe 4.0, 24GB GDDR6X, HDMI 2.1a, DisplayPort 1.4a)
3. Intel Core i9-13900K Desktop Processor 24 cores (8 P-cores + 16 E-cores) 36M Cache, up to 5.8 GHz
4. Kingston Fury Beast RGB 64GB 5600MT/s DDR5 CL40 DIMM Desktop Memory (Kit of 2) | Intel XMP 3.0 | Infrared Sync Technology | Overclocking Stability | KF556C40BBAK2-64
5. Kingston FURY Renegade 4TB PCIe Gen 4.0 NVMe M.2 Internal Gaming SSD | Up to 7300 MB/s | Graphene Heat Spreader | 3D TLC NAND | Works with PS5 | SFYRD/4000G
6. Thermaltake Toughpower GF3 1200W 80+ Gold Full Modular SLI/Crossfire Ready ATX 3.0 Standard Power Supply, PCIe Gen.5 12VHPWR Connector Included, PS-TPD-1200FNFAGU-4, 10 Year Warranty
7. Thermaltake custom LCS.
Problem frequency :
On "cold boot" operations.