mediatek wifi 6 mt7921 driver

devinsyafa12devinsyafa12 Level 1
edited May 20 in Others

ASUS TUF GAMING A15 (2021)

Windows 11


Hi everyone, so my laptop wifi is having problem so i want to reinstall the driver but when im check the official website the only wifi driver is the intel one, is there any chance you guys know where to download mediatek wifi 6 mt7921 driver?


Thank you

Comments

  • Facing the same issue

  • For me it got fixed..uninstall the driver and in the top menu under action scan for hardware changes..this will fix the issue..

  • Hi there,

    Please provide your model name that could not find the driver.

    Thank you.

  • You mean my laptop model? Or wifi card?

    Laptop : ASUS TUF GAMING A15 (2021)

    Wifi card : mediatek wifi 6 mt7921

  • devinsyafa12devinsyafa12 Level 1
    edited May 20

    Thank you for the answer but Im gonna try this at the end of my semester

  • Hi there,

    If your issue is about wifi connection.

    You may also consider MyASUS to self diagnose the wifi issue.

    [Notebook/Desktop/AIO] Troubleshooting - Wireless Network Problems | Official Support | ASUS Global

    Thank you.

  • DionysiosDionysios Level 1
    edited May 31

    Nothing happened with WiFi. It cannot detect any WiFi network, Hotspot does not work and from today with thw cable I cannot visit half the sites.

    Windows troubleshooter cannot detect anything.

    My Asus finds the problem but it cannot do anything.

    Outlook does not work with cable.

    My Laptop Asus TUF Gaming F17

    I cannot enter the site www.asus,com.

    I bought the site 10 days ago, what a pleasant experience!

  • Hi @Dionysios ,

    From your post, MyASUS in your laptop already detect the problem.

    If that's the case, it may be hardware issue and I would suggest you go to service center to have further inspection.

    Thank you.

  • DrdAenDrdAen Level 1

    Dionysios

    i am also having the same issues as u, i suggest u could use a external Wi-Fi dongle and download driver easy, it seems not to find drivers for the card but the outcome may vary.

  • AleRambo02AleRambo02 Level 1
    edited June 12

    I had a similar issue 2 times and a friend of mine had it too.

    The first time I had to use :

    win+r, write "regedit" and open it, then find nativewifip under local machine, system, current Control Set, services

    The second time the WLAN connection management service wasn't running or something so I used :

    Win+r, services, WLAN connection management, right click, restart

    Same on Windows connection management (in the services page. You can also reach it by win+s "services" and enter)

    The second time it happened I was in a call with asus help desk and they noticed I hadn't have the drivers updated so I did that too.

  • PrabeenPrabeen Level 1

    I also have the same issue

  • eprinceneprincen Level 1
    edited June 20

    I have the same issue, already tested 10 different drivers, aut-install, manual install, changed settings to AN instead of AX, nothings solved. Please provide the correct drivers? I'm thinking of returning a 2 weeks old laptop? I have TUF 17 F17 laptop with the same Wireless Card inside.

  • Hi all

    Please confirm whether the Wi-Fi device in the device manager is normal, and whether the Wi-Fi device is disconnected or not, or an exclamation mart appears.

    If the exclamation mart appears, please connect the AC adapter,

    a. Update MediaTek WLAN Driver first (V3.00.01.1244 or above)

    b. Update MediaTek Bluetooth Driver again (V1.3.15.142 or above)

    c. Reboot the laptop

    ** If the exclamation mart does not appear, please remove the AC adapter, press the power button for 30 seconds to force shutting down, and then restart to confirm that the wireless network card is back to normal. Afterwards, please follow the steps above to re-install the WLAN/Bluetooth drivers to confirm.


    For other troubleshooting methods, please refer to the following:

    Sorry for any inconvenience it may be caused. 

  • jhleejhlee Level 1

    Give. The Goddamn download

  • vasildvasild Level 1
    edited June 23

    I agree that the above instructions are useless without the links (as is the Google search for the drivers).

    For me actually, the forum says: "You have to be around for a little while longer before you can post links." when sharing links, but then pasting it as text works fine.


    Anyway, there is some happy news, I fixed the issue using this driver. No restart is needed, and no Bluetooth update is required.

    Install the driver and it all goes back to normal:


    MediaTek WiFi Drivers (Drivers Only) :

    Drivers : 3.3.0.541 WHQL [08/05/2022]

    Download link (paste in browser):

    https://mega.nz/file/NM10FbbA#koQLnxWTmjcLVQBKCPHd5fpWe1s3IjiXovy84_AEoo4


    Install/Update Process 

    - Download and extract the archive

    - Press Windows key + X > Device Manager > Right-click on your MediaTek WiFi device > Update driver > Browse my computer for driver software

    - Browse... > Select the extracted drivers folder (e.g. WiFi_MediaTek_v...) > Next


    Here's the Bluetooth, just in case someone needs it:

    https://mega.nz/file/AVcEhAoD#dADfjgr8-tByOVYu7f-ZcJdYS5-qDdnQId1U9179U_8

    Same Install/Update Process


    I hope this helps!

  • vasildvasild Level 1

    There is some happy news, I fixed the issue using this driver. No restart is needed, and no Bluetooth update is required.

    Install the driver and it all goes back to normal:


    MediaTek WiFi Drivers (Drivers Only) :

    Drivers : 3.3.0.541 WHQL [08/05/2022]

    Download : https://mega.nz/file/NM10FbbA#koQLnxWTmjcLVQBKCPHd5fpWe1s3IjiXovy84_AEoo4

    Install/Update Process :

    - Press Windows key + X > Device Manager > Right-click on your MediaTek WiFi device > Update driver > Browse my computer for driver software

    - Browse... > Select the extracted drivers folder (WiFi_MediaTek_v...) > Next


    Just in case someone needs the BT too:

    MediaTek Bluetooth Drivers (Drivers Only) :

    Drivers : 1.825.0.186 WHQL [05/05/2022]

    Download : https://mega.nz/file/AVcEhAoD#dADfjgr8-tByOVYu7f-ZcJdYS5-qDdnQId1U9179U_8

    Install/Update Process :

    - Press Windows key + X > Device Manager > Right-click on your MediaTek Bluetooth device > Update driver > Browse my computer for driver software

    - Browse... > Select the extracted drivers folder (BT_MediaTek_v...) > Next


    I hope this helps!

  • I found the latest drivers here: rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?124328-DRIVERS-MediaTek-WiFi-Bluetooth

    Hope this helps

    Peter

    (It won't let me post links yet...just add an HTTPS:// at the beginning of that address)

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