Windows Realtek USB wireless network card boot failure Rtlihvs. DLL module stop problem

June 4, 2020 Update:
Another reason was found that the USB wireless network card of the chip could not be connected to the USB interface of the monitor (USB interface is provided on the AOC monitor of the blogger).
It is speculated that the network card device could not be successfully initialized due to insufficient power supply of THE USB interface on the display when the system started. In this case, the network card can only be directly inserted into the host computer.
Or buy a separate USB extension cord and place it on the desktop (it may cause signal problems if some partners plug it into the host).

Problem description
After booting up, the wireless network card does not start successfully. When entering the device manager, you can see that the network card is marked as warning. The device can be successfully activated and used by disabling and enabling the device.
The log
In the Windows system log, we can see a warning log with the event ID of 10002, which is described as follows:

WLAN Extensibility Module has stopped.

Module Path: C:\WINDOWS\system32\Rtlihvs.dll

Analysis of the
Preliminary analysis indicates that the component version is too low (the current system is Windows 10) or the driver version is too low. Through the replacement of various versions of the driver can not solve the problem. Hence Google…
To solve
Reference: WLAN Extensibility Module has failed to start-up – Microsoft Community
The solution steps are as follows:

    Win + R open regedit registry editor; Expand and locate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\ Class\{4d36e972-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}; There are several items beginning with 00, and the sub-items Ndi are searched in turn for the presence of IHVExtensions. Its contents are roughly as follows:

    "GroupName"="Realtek CCX SDK IHV Service"

    After confirmation, right-click IHVExtensions and select export and backup to any place. Delete IHVExtensions, restart the system and confirm, Fixed!

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