Not detecting Intel Wireless 9260 network card on 1.0.8.0

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Re: Not detecting Intel Wireless 9260 network card on 1.0.8.0

Post by Helge Keck » Fri Nov 22, 2019 5:42 am

please install this beta version https://www.helge-keck.com/downloads/WinFi-1.0.9.66.exe and reproduce the error. this will create a log file under C:\Users\USERNAME\\AppData\Local\WinFi\log.txt, please send it to me.

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Re: Not detecting Intel Wireless 9260 network card on 1.0.8.0

Post by j0p3s » Wed Nov 27, 2019 12:40 am

Hi. Sorry for the delay. Here is the log with version: 1.0.9.66:
12:38:55.644 - WinFi.hardware.WinFiHardware - getWlanInterfaces - 1
12:38:55.645 - WinFi.hardware.WinFiHardware - getWlanInterfaces - 2
12:38:55.648 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 1
12:38:55.649 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 2
12:38:55.649 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 3
12:38:55.649 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 4
12:38:55.65 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 5 - structure.numberOfItems - 1
12:38:55.65 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 6 - 0
12:38:55.65 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 7 - interface2 Intel(R) Wireless-AC 9260 160MHz
12:38:55.651 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - Wlan.WlanFreeMemory
12:38:55.651 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - interfaceArray2
12:38:55.653 - WinFi.hardware.WinFiHardware - getWlanInterfaces - 3
12:38:55.653 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 1
12:38:55.654 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 2
12:38:55.654 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 3
12:38:55.655 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 4
12:38:55.655 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 5 - structure.numberOfItems - 1
12:38:55.656 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 6 - 0
12:38:55.656 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 7 - interface2 Intel(R) Wireless-AC 9260 160MHz
12:38:55.656 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - Wlan.WlanFreeMemory
12:38:55.657 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - interfaceArray2
12:38:55.657 - WinFi.hardware.WinFiHardware - getWlanInterfaces - 4
12:38:55.658 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 1
12:38:55.658 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 2
12:38:55.659 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 3
12:38:55.659 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 4
12:38:55.66 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 5 - structure.numberOfItems - 1
12:38:55.66 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 6 - 0
12:38:55.661 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 7 - interface2 Intel(R) Wireless-AC 9260 160MHz
12:38:55.661 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - Wlan.WlanFreeMemory
12:38:55.662 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - interfaceArray2
12:38:55.662 - WinFi.hardware.WinFiHardware - getWlanInterfaces - 5
12:38:55.663 - WinFi.hardware.WinFiHardware - getWlanInterfaces - 6
12:38:55.787 - WinFi.hardware.WinFiHardware - getWlanInterfaces: A referência de objecto não foi definida como uma instância de um objecto. - WinFi
12:38:55.796 - WinFi.Window_WinFi - set_AnalyzerVisibility: O thread de chamada não pode aceder a este objecto porque existe outro thread que já o tem. - WindowsBase
12:38:55.796 - WinFi.views.Page_Analyze - no_InterFace: O thread de chamada não pode aceder a este objecto porque existe outro thread que já o tem. - WindowsBase
Updated to 1.10.0.3 and i have a infinite loading screen when analyzing wifi networks:

http://prntscr.com/q2k4zr

Deleted log.txt and reproduced the error again so here is the log again with the latest version:
12:44:09.55 - WinFi.hardware.WinFiHardware - getWlanInterfaces - 1
12:44:09.551 - WinFi.hardware.WinFiHardware - getWlanInterfaces - 2
12:44:09.554 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 1
12:44:09.555 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 2
12:44:09.555 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 3
12:44:09.555 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 4
12:44:09.555 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 5 - structure.numberOfItems - 1
12:44:09.555 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 6 - 0
12:44:09.556 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 7 - interface2 Intel(R) Wireless-AC 9260 160MHz
12:44:09.556 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - Wlan.WlanFreeMemory
12:44:09.556 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - interfaceArray2
12:44:09.556 - WinFi.hardware.WinFiHardware - getWlanInterfaces - 3
12:44:09.557 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 1
12:44:09.557 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 2
12:44:09.557 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 3
12:44:09.557 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 4
12:44:09.557 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 5 - structure.numberOfItems - 1
12:44:09.557 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 6 - 0
12:44:09.558 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 7 - interface2 Intel(R) Wireless-AC 9260 160MHz
12:44:09.558 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - Wlan.WlanFreeMemory
12:44:09.558 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - interfaceArray2
12:44:09.558 - WinFi.hardware.WinFiHardware - getWlanInterfaces - 4
12:44:09.558 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 1
12:44:09.558 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 2
12:44:09.558 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 3
12:44:09.559 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 4
12:44:09.559 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 5 - structure.numberOfItems - 1
12:44:09.559 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 6 - 0
12:44:09.559 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 7 - interface2 Intel(R) Wireless-AC 9260 160MHz
12:44:09.559 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - Wlan.WlanFreeMemory
12:44:09.559 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - interfaceArray2
12:44:09.56 - WinFi.hardware.WinFiHardware - getWlanInterfaces - 5
12:44:09.56 - WinFi.hardware.WinFiHardware - getWlanInterfaces - 6
12:44:09.685 - WinFi.hardware.WinFiHardware - getWlanInterfaces: A referência de objecto não foi definida como uma instância de um objecto. - WinFi
12:44:09.693 - WinFi.Window_WinFi - set_AnalyzerVisibility: O thread de chamada não pode aceder a este objecto porque existe outro thread que já o tem. - WindowsBase
12:44:09.693 - WinFi.views.Page_Analyze - no_InterFace: O thread de chamada não pode aceder a este objecto porque existe outro thread que já o tem. - WindowsBase
Dunno if it matters but here is a old version of inSSIDer Office running and working flawlessly:

http://prntscr.com/q2k5sf

I'm running inSSIDer Office version 4.4.0.6 which was released in January of 2019.

Not that it matters but that software never stopped working, only yours doesn't work for some reason

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Re: Not detecting Intel Wireless 9260 network card on 1.0.8.0

Post by j0p3s » Thu Nov 28, 2019 2:16 am

So i finally got this working by myself in the latest version and here are the steps i took:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/hel ... ion-issues

Following this guide i did:

Use network reset to reinstall network devices <-

Did follow this step and rebooted!

So afterwards i didn't need to reinstall any drivers and my windows update is disabled (services are disabled using sledgehammer from mydigitallife forum). <- not important

Anyway after rebooting here is WinFi working great:

http://prntscr.com/q33k3h

And doing this command in command line: netsh interface ipv4 show interfaces

here is the output:

http://prntscr.com/q33kca

And here is log.txt recriated after doing a network reset:

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02:15:22.359 - WinFi.hardware.WinFiHardware - getWlanInterfaces - 1
02:15:22.36 - WinFi.hardware.WinFiHardware - getWlanInterfaces - 2
02:15:22.363 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 1
02:15:22.363 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 2
02:15:22.364 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 3
02:15:22.364 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 4
02:15:22.364 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 5 - structure.numberOfItems - 1
02:15:22.364 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 6 - 0
02:15:22.365 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 7 - interface2 Intel(R) Wireless-AC 9260 160MHz
02:15:22.365 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - Wlan.WlanFreeMemory
02:15:22.365 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - interfaceArray2
02:15:22.366 - WinFi.hardware.WinFiHardware - getWlanInterfaces - 3
02:15:22.366 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 1
02:15:22.366 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 2
02:15:22.366 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 3
02:15:22.366 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 4
02:15:22.366 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 5 - structure.numberOfItems - 1
02:15:22.366 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 6 - 0
02:15:22.367 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 7 - interface2 Intel(R) Wireless-AC 9260 160MHz
02:15:22.367 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - Wlan.WlanFreeMemory
02:15:22.367 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - interfaceArray2
02:15:22.367 - WinFi.hardware.WinFiHardware - getWlanInterfaces - 4
02:15:22.367 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 1
02:15:22.368 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 2
02:15:22.368 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 3
02:15:22.368 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 4
02:15:22.368 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 5 - structure.numberOfItems - 1
02:15:22.368 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 6 - 0
02:15:22.368 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - 7 - interface2 Intel(R) Wireless-AC 9260 160MHz
02:15:22.369 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - Wlan.WlanFreeMemory
02:15:22.369 - WinFi.WIFI.WlanClient - get_Interfaces - interfaceArray2
02:15:22.369 - WinFi.hardware.WinFiHardware - getWlanInterfaces - 5
02:15:22.369 - WinFi.hardware.WinFiHardware - getWlanInterfaces - 6
Hope this helps fixing it for other people who have/had the same issues!

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Re: Not detecting Intel Wireless 9260 network card on 1.0.8.0

Post by Helge Keck » Thu Nov 28, 2019 1:23 pm

i think i have found and fixed the Problem.

WinFi Shows now in the Interface Manager the Interface Description as well. In your case there wasnt a Interface Description and this caused the Problem.

Hey mcf,
mcf wrote:
Fri Nov 15, 2019 3:53 am

I'm having the same problem as OP after updating to 1.0.8.0
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if you want to try it
https://www.helge-keck.com/downloads/Wi ... .10.12.exe

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Re: Not detecting Intel Wireless 9260 network card on 1.0.8.0

Post by mcf » Sun Dec 01, 2019 8:07 pm

Sorry for the delayed response.
This 1.0.10.12 update is still not working for me. I do just get an ongoing loading screen.
I did reboot after installing the new version.
Image

Log.txt:

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08:41:04.403 - WinFi.Window_Analyzer - update_available: Object reference not set to an instance of an object. - WinFi
08:41:07.194 - WinFi.hardware.WinFiHardware - getWlanInterfaces - InterFace.NetworkInterface is Null
08:41:07.211 - WinFi.views.Page_Analyze - no_InterFace: The calling thread cannot access this object because a different thread owns it. - WindowsBase
Log.old:

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10:09:28.859 - save: Object reference not set to an instance of an object. - WinFi
10:10:29.682 - create_NetworkList: A task was canceled. - mscorlib
10:47:30.969 - MoveNext: Cannot convert type 'WinFi.WiFi_ViewModel' to 'WinFi.WiFi_Model' - Anonymously Hosted DynamicMethods Assembly
10:47:31.76 - MoveNext: Cannot convert type 'WinFi.WiFi_ViewModel' to 'WinFi.WiFi_Model' - Anonymously Hosted DynamicMethods Assembly
10:49:26.174 - SessionGroupsDataGrid_PreviewMouseLeftButtonDown: Cannot convert type 'Syncfusion.Data.RecordEntry' to 'WinFi.Session_Model' - Anonymously Hosted DynamicMethods Assembly
08:47:33.169 - MoveNext: Cannot convert type 'string' to 'WinFi.WiFi_Model' - Anonymously Hosted DynamicMethods Assembly
08:48:02.346 - MoveNext: Cannot convert type 'string' to 'WinFi.WiFi_Model' - Anonymously Hosted DynamicMethods Assembly
01:05:52.693 - MoveNext: Cannot convert type 'string' to 'WinFi.WiFi_Model' - Anonymously Hosted DynamicMethods Assembly
01:05:53.757 - MoveNext: Cannot convert type 'string' to 'WinFi.WiFi_Model' - Anonymously Hosted DynamicMethods Assembly
01:08:50.464 - MoveNext: Cannot convert type 'string' to 'WinFi.WiFi_Model' - Anonymously Hosted DynamicMethods Assembly
01:08:53.033 - MoveNext: Cannot convert type 'string' to 'WinFi.WiFi_Model' - Anonymously Hosted DynamicMethods Assembly
11:24:02.457 - MoveNext: Cannot convert type 'string' to 'WinFi.WiFi_Model' - Anonymously Hosted DynamicMethods Assembly
11:24:08.862 - MoveNext: Cannot convert type 'WinFi.WiFi_ViewModel' to 'WinFi.WiFi_Model' - Anonymously Hosted DynamicMethods Assembly
04:17:17.054 - create_NetworkList: An item with the same key has already been added. - mscorlib
04:30:24.526 - getWlanInterfaces: Object reference not set to an instance of an object. - WinFi
04:30:59.436 - getWlanInterfaces: Object reference not set to an instance of an object. - WinFi
04:42:15.928 - getWlanInterfaces: Object reference not set to an instance of an object. - WinFi
Netsh output:

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There is 1 interface on the system:

    Name                   : Wi-Fi
    Description            : Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260
    GUID                   : 4ed4d062-fefa-496c-bcfb-b9bf83306b09
    Physical address       : 44:85:00:6a:62:01
    State                  : connected
    SSID                   : m00
    BSSID                  : b0:b8:67:7e:ad:21
    Network type           : Infrastructure
    Radio type             : 802.11n
    Authentication         : WPA2-Personal
    Cipher                 : CCMP
    Connection mode        : Profile
    Channel                : 6
    Receive rate (Mbps)    : 144.4
    Transmit rate (Mbps)   : 144.4
    Signal                 : 88%
    Profile                : m00

    Hosted network status  : Not available

netsh interface ipv4 show interface

Idx     Met         MTU          State                Name
---  ----------  ----------  ------------  ---------------------------
 35          65        1500  disconnected  Bluetooth Network Connection
  1          75  4294967295  connected     Loopback Pseudo-Interface 1
  7           5        1500  disconnected  Ethernet
 33          25        1500  disconnected  Local Area Connection* 10
  5          35        1500  connected     vEthernet (HV-External-WiFi01)
 16          15        1500  connected     vEthernet (HV-Internal-01)
 29          35        1500  disconnected  Ethernet 4
 27           5        1392  disconnected  Ethernet 5
 18          25        1500  connected     Npcap Loopback Adapter
 23          25       65536  connected     Ethernet 6

And a strange thing I found that might be related or it might be a Win10 quirk, or maybe just a coincidence:

netsh wlan show networks (with WinFi running)

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netsh wlan show networks

Interface name : Wi-Fi
There are 1 networks currently visible.

SSID 1 : m00
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Personal
    Encryption              : CCMP
netsh wlan show networks (wihout WinFi running)

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netsh wlan show networks

Interface name : Wi-Fi
There are 7 networks currently visible.

SSID 1 : TELECOM-XRUGAL
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Personal
    Encryption              : CCMP

SSID 2 : Splat
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Personal
    Encryption              : CCMP

SSID 3 : Noodle
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Personal
    Encryption              : CCMP

SSID 4 : FRITZ!Box 7490
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Personal
    Encryption              : CCMP

SSID 5 : m00
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Personal
    Encryption              : CCMP

SSID 6 : kscp
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Personal
    Encryption              : CCMP

SSID 7 : mcsquared
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Personal
    Encryption              : CCMP

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