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Intel PROSet/Wireless WiFi Software

v19.60 PV Release
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
• Release Overview
• General Information
• WiFi Package Layout
• New Features
• Corrected Customer Issues
• Known Issues And Limitations
• WiFi Validation Information and Guidance
• Abbreviation

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Release Overview
Intel is announcing the 19.60 Production Version (PV) release of the Intel® PROSet/Wireless WiFi
Software
– This version is a PV version to support KBL platforms and a maintenance release that
addresses known issues reported in previous 19.x versions.

– This software package includes updates to: 19.60.0.7, 19.10.5.3, 19.51.0.4 and 18.33.7.2
drivers for the following devices: WsP, SdP, SfP, StP, WkP

– This is the first release to contain certified drivers for Windows 10 Creators Update (RS2)

– Note that the Windows 10 drivers are certified for multiple versions of Windows 10:
– 19.60.0.7: Certified for RS2, RS1
– 19.51.0.4: Certified for RS2, RS1
– 18.33.7.2: Certified for RS2, RS1, TH2/TH1

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General Information
WiFi Software Build Supported Hardware (see layout slide for more
• WiFi TIC #STHWFW1218_19.60.0.7G details)
• Includes 19.60.0.7 for Win10 RS1,RS2 (WsP/SfP) • WsP
• Includes 19.51.0.4 for Win10 RS1,RS2 (StP-D/SdP) • OkP
• Includes 19.10.5.3 for Win7,8.1 (WsP/SfP/StP-C/SdP) • SfP
• Includes 18.33.7.2 for Win7,8.1,10 TH2,RS1,RS2 • DgP
(WP1/WP2/StP-C) • SdP
• VIP Kit #121562 • StP2 (C0/D0/D1)
• StP1
Tested Platforms • MpP
• KBL-Y/U, KBL-S, KBL-H, SKL-Y/U, APL, BDW-Y/U • WP2
• WP1
Supported Operating Systems • Legacy HW
(see layout slide for more
OSdetails) win7 win8.1 win10
Wireless HW 32/64 bit 32/64 bit 32/64 bit
Windstorm Peak 8265 skus V 64 64
Oak Peak 18265 skus V 64 64
Sandy Peak 3168 skus V V V
Pine Peak 11000 skus V 64 64
Lightning Peak 8x70 skus V 64 64
Snowfield Peak 8260 skus V 64 64
Douglas Peak 18260 skus V 64 64
Stone Peak 2 7265 skus V V V
Stone Peak 1 3165 skus V V V
Maple Peak 17265 skus V 64 64
Wilkins Peak 2 7260 skus V V V
Wilkins Peak 1 3160 skus V V V
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19.60-PV Release –WiFi Package Layout
Win7-32/64 Win8-32/64 Win8.1 Win10
Starting with the 19.0 WiFi release, the SW package WsP/8265 19.60.0.7
content changed: SfP/8260
N/A NetWT(n/w)06
1) The Windows 8.0 drivers for Wilkins Peak and 19.10.5.3 19.10.5.3
SdP/3168 NetWS(n/w)04 NetWB(n/w)04 19.51.0.4
newer adapters removed from the package StP1/3165
NetWT(n/w)04
2) The 15.11 and 15.12 drivers for several older StP2-D/7265
17.16.0.X
Legacy products removed StP2-C/7265 NetWE(n/w)02
18.33.7.2
18.33.7.2 18.33.7.2 NetWT(n/w)02
WP1/3160 NetWS(n/w)02 NetWB(n/w)02
The latest drivers for these products will continue
WP2/7260
to be available for customer download on
JP1/2230
downloadcenter.intel.com.
JP2/6235
TP/6205 15.18.0.X
15.17.0.X
Drivers that were removed from the package since NetWS(n/w)01
NetWE(n/w)01
CyP/105 (Logo for Win8)
19.0 are indicated by the red areas. CyP+BT/135
PP3/6300
The Blue areas indicate the new SW in this release PP2/6200 15.17.0.X
(e.g 19.60.0.7, 19.10.5.3, 19.51.0.4, 18.33.7.2) all RP2/6230
NetWS(n/w)01 N/A
(Logo for Win7)
other drivers included in the package from previous MP/2200
release. KP/6250
15.11.0.X 15.12.0.X
NetW…S00 NetW…E00 (Logo for Win8)
KsP/6150
n=32bit w=64bit. Some HW support only 64bit RP1/1030
CP/1000 15.11.0.X
N/A
CrP/100 NetW…S00 (Logo for Win7)
CrP2/130

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New features
Feature /DCR ID Description Comment OS
Added already to 19.50.1.5 and now to
DCR 5090 Disable AC Ukraine ALL
19.10.5.3 as part of 19.60 package

DCR 5113 S5 WOWLAN Win10

DCR 5139 BSS statistics ( RSSI access) Win10

RS2 OS Feature Miracast over infrastructure Win-10RS2

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Corrected Customer Issues since 19.50.1.5 HF
19.60.0.7 driver only
Key Summary OS/HW

WIFIWIN-1833 BSOD Netwtw04!prvIeMapSearchWPSBuffer Win10/ALL

[customer specific platform] The unit got 0x133 BSOD occurred when run WinPVT8.0APVT
WIFIWIN-1813 Win10/ALL
Video(OpenGL) Stress+AP/LAN+ACDC test.
System met BSOD 0x2C [Netwtw04!prvhPanCnctClientDeleteAssocFrameFromContext] that pointed to
WIFIWIN-1786 Win10/ALL
Netwtw04.sys when connecting Miracast

WIFIWIN-1784 [BSOD_0xD1][os_adaptation::getPortMgr] BSOD D1 appeared on idle status Win10/ALL


[customer specific platform] [KBL/8265/WIN10][OEM_ANT_01832_6_14_0G] Ant Tool couldn't get value
WIFIWIN-1714 Win10/ALL
of Dynamic BIOS SAR.
WIFIWIN-1705 BSOD AV_Netwtw04!mSecurityTkipCalculateMichael Win10/ALL

WIFIWIN-1643 [customer specific platform] with Intel WLAN driver, Unit has noise when play music sometime. Win10/ALL

WIFIWIN-1554 [customer specific platform] [OEM_ANT_01832_6_14_0G] Verify non-FCC BIOS SAR Win10/ALL
WIFIWIN-1541 Loss of network connectivity while roaming. Win10/ALL

WIFIWIN-1492 [customer specific platform] Dual Power WIFI feature is not functional properly with TX power after Sx Win10/ALL

[customer specific platform] Verify Dynamic BIOS SAR WiFi Driver wasn’t available to get indication on
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dynamic changes and either queried current SAR setting immediately.

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Corrected Customer Issues since 19.50.1.5 HF
19.51.0.4 driver only
Key Summary OS/HW
WIN10/ALL
WIFIWIN-1833 BSOD Netwtw04!prvIeMapSearchWPSBuffer

System met BSOD 0x2C [Netwtw04!prvhPanCnctClientDeleteAssocFrameFromContext] that pointed


WIFIWIN-1786 WIN10/ALL
to Netwtw04.sys when connecting Miracast

WIFIWIN-1784 [BSOD_0xD1][osal::os_adaptation::getPortMgr] BSOD D1 appeared on idle status WIN10/ALL

WIFIWIN-1705
BSOD AV_Netwtw04!mSecurityTkipCalculateMichael WIN10/ALL

WIFIWIN-1643 [customer specific platform] with Intel WLAN driver, Unit has noise when play music sometime. WIN10/ALL

WIFIWIN-1541 Loss of network connectivity while roaming WIN10/ALL

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Corrected Customer Issues since 19.10.4.1
19.10.5.3 driver only
Key Summary OS/HW

[customer specific platform][BSOD_0xD6][Netwtw02!WPP_SF_ssDDDDDDd+0x33] Win10 RS1:


WIFIWIN-1561 WIN7,WIN8.1/ALL
BSOD while connecting to 32 chars SSID in STP2 C-Step with verifier ON

WIFIWIN-1342 [customer specific platform] 0x9F pending NBLs, no EV_HMAC_RESET_COMPLETE WIN7,WIN8.1/ALL

WIFIWIN-741 [customer specific platform] [8260/Win7-64] ICMP data can not be received WIN7,WIN8.1/ALL
WIFIWIN-1541 [customer specific platform] 8260: Win7: Loss of network connectivity while roaming. WIN7,WIN8.1/ALL
[customer specific platform][Wi-Fi][SKL/8260/Win7] Only this 11a connected status is
WIFIWIN-1687 WIN7,WIN8.1/ALL
maintained when tool has called SetProtocolPreference(e11b_11g) with 11a connected status.
[customer specific platform][8265/Win7] Incidental PING loss with 2.4G AP connection and BT
WIFIWIN-1505 WIN7,WIN8.1/ALL
enable

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Corrected Customer Issues since 18.33.6.2 HF
18.33.7.2 driver only
Key Summary OS/HW

[BSOD_0xD6][Netwtw02!WPP_SF_ssDDDDDDd+0x33] Win10 RS1: BSOD while


WIFIWIN-1561 ALL/ALL
connecting to 32 chars SSID in STP2 C-Step with verifier ON

[SKL/8260/RS1][BSOD_0xD1][Netwtw04!dpPeerDbSetUapsdInProgress+0x14] BSOD
WIFIWIN-1378 ALL/ALL
occur when using Mobile Hotspot function to connect 1 or 2 client.

WIFIWIN-1541 Win7: Loss of network connectivity while roaming. ALL/ALL

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Software Known Issues and Limitations
Recovery
ID CQ Jira Description OS
procedure
Win7/
MWG100257333 WIFIWIN-114 WIFI_BT COEX: Low BT OPP Tx/Rx (~20%) while wifi traffic N/A
8.1/10
[SoftAP] Disconnection after 10 min with 8 clients tethering via wireless
WIFIWIN-853 Win10 Reconnect
modem.
WIFIWIN-1595 [MU-MIMO] Performance crash with 1 Stations out of 3 while running TvA Win10 N/A
WIFIWIN-1470 [Soft AP] Occasional disconnection while hosting HotSpot with 7 to 8 clients Auto
Win10
Reconnect
WIFIWIN-1305 [WFDS] Failed connect to DUT using the service discovered after RF-Kill or
Win10 Restart
Airplane mode.
WIFIWIN-1422 High power consumption measured after platform resuming from S3 in Air
Win10 N/A
Plane Mode.
WIFIWIN-1618 [QOS Functionality] WMM Capability test failed due to Incorrect QOS category
Win10 N/A
TpT Priority

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Software Known Issues and Limitations
Recovery
ID CQ Jira Description OS
procedure
[Miracast][IOT] Miracast connection fails with LG 4K TV [3/10]
WIFIWIN-1735 Win10 Reconnect
RF Kill de-assert during D3 state does not wake up system
WIFIWIN-1467 Win10 Manual Wake-up
[MiraCast][Func] [RS2] Miracast disconnection occurred when pressing Win+K Reconnect
WIFIWIN-1831 Win10
after ~1 min of Idle state machine[20\20] – RS2 issue
[MiraCast][Func] [RS2] Miracast Black screen on the projecting screen on Reconnect adapter or
WIFIWIN-1832 Win10
duplicate\extend mode [3\15] – RS2 issue change project mode
WIFIWIN-1614 [Miracast]Packet drops observed in clean RF chamber Win10 N/A

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WiFi Validation Information and Guidance
Domain Risk Indicator Details

Connectivity
Platform
Data Path \ TpT WIFIWIN-1595 - High-P1- [MU-MIMO] 1 Station crash out of 3 while running TvA (5/5)

BT-Coex
WIFIWIN-1422 - [WiFi][Power] High power consumption measured after platform resuming from
WiFi Device Power S3 in Airplane mode

Miracast
WiAMT WIFIAMT-161 - No WEBUI connectivity, when move to CS state (not recoverable, repro 1/15)

Cert
Legend:
Broken, Not usable
Usable, major issues exist
Usable

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Notes on the DDD Debug Layout Usage
Included with the user distributed layouts is also a DDD debug layout. This layout incorporates debug capabilities to be used by
OEM validation teams to provide logs and information about an issue to Intel engineering.
This layout is not to be included on production systems or to be shared with end-user customers.
To use the DDD layout, follow the instructions below:
1) Clean the Windows event log by the following commands with administrator prompt.
wevtutilcl system
wevtutilcl application
wevtutilcl Microsoft-Windows-WLAN-AutoConfig/Operational
2) Install DDD release.
3) Perform test until issue reproduction.
4) Note down the exact time when issue reproduced.
5) Disable WiFidevice in the device manager.
6) Copy all files below to share with Intel:
I. "System.evtx" under C:\Windows\System32\winevt\Logs
II. "Application.evtx" under C:\Windows\System32\winevt\Logs
III. "Microsoft-Windows-WLAN-AutoConfig%4Operational.evtx" under C:\Windows\System32\winevt\Logs
IV. "WiFiLog-XXX.log" under C:\
V. "dddLog_XXX.bin" under C:\Windows\Temp\DDDLogs\
VI. "MurocLog.log" under C:\Program Files\Intel\WiFi\UnifiedLogging\
VII. "MEMORY.DMP" under C:\Windows\System32

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Abbreviations
Acronym Description Intel formal code name
KbL Kaby lake platform 7th Generation Intel Processor

WsP Windstorm peak Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 8265

SdP Sandy Peak Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 3168

StP-2 Stone Peak-2 Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 7265

StP-1 Stone Peak-2 Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 3165

SfP Snow field Peak Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260

WkP-2 Wilkins Peak 2 Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260

WkP-1 Wilkins Peak 1 Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 3160

OkP Oak Peak Intel® Tri-Band Wireless 18265

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