The network adapter has returned an invalid value to the driver.

Calby

Active Member
Hi,
So I have note notice any issues at all before this did happen and either has I notice any issues after but so my guess is that somehow it's a driver bug but still I want your opinion regarding it.
And I think it was my bluetooth devices that did trigger this issue, that's what I can see in the log files anyway, what do you think?

Edit: This have never happend when I only use my bluetooth mouse, this did happen for the first time yesterday when I did use my bluetooth mouse and keyboard.
It's a Logitech MX anywhere 2 and a Logitech K810 keyboard.

How it happend
I was waking my computer from sleep trough my Bluetooth mouse and keyboard and it did not work so I did open the lid and started to look under bluetooth devices, It's a laptop so I did use the trackpad.
I did notice that my Bluetooth devices was not paired anymore with my computer so I did start to pair the devices and then my trackpad stop working for about 10 secounds and after that I could pair the Bluetooth devices without any issues.

Error log
So I did take a look in Event Viewer and under "Error" I did find some posts that could related to this issue that did happen:

(This did happen 3 times in a row in the Event Viewer but I did not write all of them as it's the same message)

A command sent to the adapter has timed out. The adapter did not respond.

Soruce: BTHUSB
Event ID: 3
Time: 19:39
(This did happen 4 times in a row in the Event Viewer but I did not write all of them as it's the same message)

Bluetooth HID device either went out of range or became unresponsive.

Source: HidBth
Event ID: 2
Time: 19:41
(This did happen 2 times in a row in the Event Viewer but I did not write all of them as it's the same message)

Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 8265 : The network adapter has returned an invalid value to the driver.

Event ID: 5010
Source: Netwtw04
Time: 19:48
Removal of device node 'HID\{00001812-0000-1000-8000-00805f9b34fb}_Dev_VID&02046d_PID&b018_REV&0009_fa1429319bba&Col03\9&129a74c7&0&0002' failed with error code 0x800F020B.

Event ID: 152
Source: DeviceSetupManager
Time: 19:54
Removal of device node 'HID\{00001812-0000-1000-8000-00805f9b34fb}_Dev_VID&02046d_PID&b018_REV&0009_fa1429319bba&Col02\9&129a74c7&0&0001' failed with error code 0x800F020B.

Event ID: 152
Source: DeviceSetupManager
Time: 19:54
Removal of device node 'HID\{00001812-0000-1000-8000-00805f9b34fb}_Dev_VID&02046d_PID&b018_REV&0009_fa1429319bba&Col01\9&129a74c7&0&0000' failed with error code 0x800F020B.

Event ID: 152
Source: DeviceSetupManager
Time: 19:54
 

Calby

Active Member
It did happen again but this time the only messages I can find in event viewer is this:

Removal of device node 'HID\{00001812-0000-1000-8000-00805f9b34fb}_Dev_VID&02046d_PID&b018_REV&0009_fa1429319bba&Col03\9&129a74c7&0&0002' failed with error code 0x800F020B.

and it's the exact same three as I did write above, this happens only when the computer goes to sleep.
I did find out that Intel did have more recent drivers on there webbpage for my bluetooth then what Lenovo did have so I have installed the newest drivers from Intel now.
Let's see if it happens again.
 

kemical

Windows Forum Admin
Staff member
Premium Supporter
Hi Calby,
the only thing is that laptops almost always have to use the drivers supplied by the manufacturer of the lappie.

The only exception being some gpu drivers.

Whether these new drivers will cause issues remains to be seen but if the do try rolling back and re-installing fresh copies from support page.
 

Calby

Active Member
Hi Calby,
the only thing is that laptops almost always have to use the drivers supplied by the manufacturer of the lappie.

The only exception being some gpu drivers.

Whether these new drivers will cause issues remains to be seen but if the do try rolling back and re-installing fresh copies from support page.
I did install the generic drivers for the Bluetooth from intels webbpagrs as Lenovo did not have any new version and it did work so far, the issue is gone as far as I can tell.
I might need to use this drivers until Lenovo release a newer version.
 
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