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ASUS TUF F15 Wifi MediaTek MT7921 issue, it keeps disconnecting and crashing causing BSOD

System: Windows 10/11
Battery or AC: Both
Model: Asus TUF F15
Frequency of occurrence: frequently
Reset OS: Done
Screenshot or video:
Detailed description: Wifi is malfunctioning, it works and suddenly goes blank for some 2-3 mins and comes back online, blank means in a state where it is unaccessible, where it is disconnected and any attempt to connect again is useless, after some 2-3 mins it comes back online and then it works fine for again some 40-60 mins and the cycle repeats. Also sometimes it keeps crashing giving BSOD when checking DUMP files it shows the issue is with the wifi Driver. I tried to get the latest wifi driver from Asus Support's official website but the issue is not solved yet. It's too much annoying when doing serious work and the laptop is just 3 months old
Things I did :
1) Updated to the latest version of driver 'MediaTek 802.11AX Wireless Adapters'
2) Rested the entire windows
3) BIOS also updated and has default settings
I have seen many people getting this issue in this thread:
So can I get a proper step-by-step solution if this is a software issue.
This I posted a few days back, but the issue is still not solved, I brought this laptop online from amazon. I contacted Asus Customer Support, they said they will send a service Engineer home for a checkup within 2 days once you receive mail, I got the mail but now it's been 5 days nothing from the Asus-side, that engineer has not shown up, and now as colleges are reopening across India I need to go to my college within next few days which is in a different city. Having spent more than 1 Lakh rupees on this machine and getting such problems is seriously disappointing.
The case is registered with case ID: A2203037293-0001

Rising Star II
Hi there,
May I know your model name?
I know you tried update driver 'MediaTek 802.11AX Wireless Adapters' to the latest version.
Is it V3.00.01.1207?
Here I would like you try below:
please download the new version
go to device manager>find "MediaTek 802.11AX Wireless Adapters">right click and chose "properties">chose "uninstall device(U)">make sure you check on the "delete driver of this device" then uninstall device
install the new version
Also, I will check with local regarding onsite service.
Thank you.

yes it is V3.00.01.1207

Regarding the solution you told sir, I have already tried it. The issue is still there.
Whenever I delete and install the driver again, the issue is stopped for some 3-4 hrs, but it happens again

I am from Satara Maharashtra
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Rising Star II
Hi there,
Looks like you have tried troubleshooting steps.
It looks like may some hardware issue.
I already ask local service center contact you ASAP for your onsite service.
Thank you.

Star I
I have exactly the same issue. Already tried the same troubleshooting suggested here.
~ Rizuan (Malaysia)