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Can't install newest Intel Chipset Driver

  1. #1


    Posts : 44
    Windows 8.1 x64

    Can't install newest Intel Chipset Driver


    My system has the 6.3.96000.17238 and apparently the latest one is 10.0.13
    I have downloaded it but it keeps on failing to install. Any suggestions? My system specifications are in the signature.

    Here is the log file

    Code:
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:11]i001: Burn v3.7.1224.0, Windows v6.2 (Build 9200: Service Pack 0), path: C:\Users\Alex\Downloads\Intel Components\SetupChipset.exe, cmdline: '-burn.unelevated BurnPipe.{3A2EF451-D00C-469F-AAD9-9BFA056BBF42} {363FE41A-6A19-4A3E-93A1-D27666042A69} 2560'[12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:11]i000: Initializing string variable 'IIF_ExtractionMapping_SetupChipsetx86.msi' to value ';NullDrivers.cab;NOT VersionNT64'
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:11]i000: Initializing string variable 'IIF_ExtractionMapping_SetupChipsetx64.msi' to value ';NullDrivers.cab;VersionNT64'
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i000: Setting string variable 'WixBundleLog' to value 'C:\Users\Alex\AppData\Local\Temp\Intel\Logs\Chipset_20141208165312.log'
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i000: Setting string variable 'WixBundleOriginalSource' to value 'C:\Users\Alex\Downloads\Intel Components\SetupChipset.exe'
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i052: Condition 'VersionNT >= v6.1' evaluates to true.
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i000: Loading managed bootstrapper application.
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i000: Creating BA thread to run asynchronously.
    [12DC:1358][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i000: 12/8/2014 4:53:12 PM  ** Boostrapper App **  Command line:
    [12DC:1358][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i000: Setting string variable 'WixBundleName' to value 'Intel(R) Chipset Device Software'
    [12DC:1358][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i000: 12/8/2014 4:53:12 PM  ** Boostrapper App **  Calling Engine.Detect()
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i100: Detect begin, 3 packages
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i000: Setting string variable 'DotNet35' to value '1'
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i000: Setting string variable 'DotNet40Client' to value '1'
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i000: Setting string variable 'DotNet40Full' to value '1'
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i000: Setting string variable 'DotNet45' to value '379893'
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i052: Condition 'DotNet35 OR DotNet40Client OR DotNet40Full OR (DotNet45 >= 378389)' evaluates to true.
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i000: 12/8/2014 4:53:12 PM  ** Boostrapper App **  Package detected: PackageId: 'DotNet45' State: 'Present' Status: '0'
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i103: Detected related package: {B7CC660E-F31D-490C-BD2A-2CB2EC5A5E3A}, scope: PerMachine, version: 10.0.13.0, language: 0 operation: MajorUpgrade
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i000: 12/8/2014 4:53:12 PM  ** Boostrapper App **  Package detected: PackageId: 'SetupChipsetx86.msi' State: 'Absent' Status: '0'
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i000: 12/8/2014 4:53:12 PM  ** Boostrapper App **  Package detected: PackageId: 'SetupChipsetx64.msi' State: 'Present' Status: '0'
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i101: Detected package: DotNet45, state: Present, cached: None
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i101: Detected package: SetupChipsetx86.msi, state: Absent, cached: None
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i104: Detected package: SetupChipsetx86.msi, feature: NullDriverFeature, state: Absent
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i104: Detected package: SetupChipsetx86.msi, feature: PackageVersionFeature, state: Absent
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i104: Detected package: SetupChipsetx86.msi, feature: LicenseAgreementFeature, state: Absent
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i104: Detected package: SetupChipsetx86.msi, feature: DeviceBrandingFeature, state: Absent
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i101: Detected package: SetupChipsetx64.msi, state: Present, cached: Complete
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i104: Detected package: SetupChipsetx64.msi, feature: NullDriverFeature, state: Local
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i104: Detected package: SetupChipsetx64.msi, feature: PackageVersionFeature, state: Local
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i104: Detected package: SetupChipsetx64.msi, feature: LicenseAgreementFeature, state: Local
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i104: Detected package: SetupChipsetx64.msi, feature: DeviceBrandingFeature, state: Local
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i000: 12/8/2014 4:53:12 PM  ** Boostrapper App **  Detect complete: Status: '0'
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:12]i199: Detect complete, result: 0x0
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i200: Plan begin, 3 packages, action: Install
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:17]w321: Skipping dependency registration on package with no dependency providers: DotNet45
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i052: Condition 'NOT VersionNT64' evaluates to false.
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i204: Plan 4 msi features for package: SetupChipsetx86.msi
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i203: Planned feature: NullDriverFeature, state: Absent, default requested: Unknown, ba requested: Unknown, execute action: None, rollback action: None
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i203: Planned feature: PackageVersionFeature, state: Absent, default requested: Unknown, ba requested: Unknown, execute action: None, rollback action: None
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i203: Planned feature: LicenseAgreementFeature, state: Absent, default requested: Unknown, ba requested: Unknown, execute action: None, rollback action: None
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i203: Planned feature: DeviceBrandingFeature, state: Absent, default requested: Unknown, ba requested: Unknown, execute action: None, rollback action: None
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i052: Condition 'VersionNT64' evaluates to true.
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i204: Plan 4 msi features for package: SetupChipsetx64.msi
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i203: Planned feature: NullDriverFeature, state: Local, default requested: Unknown, ba requested: Unknown, execute action: None, rollback action: None
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i203: Planned feature: PackageVersionFeature, state: Local, default requested: Unknown, ba requested: Unknown, execute action: None, rollback action: None
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i203: Planned feature: LicenseAgreementFeature, state: Local, default requested: Unknown, ba requested: Unknown, execute action: None, rollback action: None
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i203: Planned feature: DeviceBrandingFeature, state: Local, default requested: Unknown, ba requested: Unknown, execute action: None, rollback action: None
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i201: Planned package: DotNet45, state: Present, default requested: Present, ba requested: Present, execute: None, rollback: None, cache: No, uncache: No, dependency: None
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i201: Planned package: SetupChipsetx86.msi, state: Absent, default requested: Absent, ba requested: Absent, execute: None, rollback: None, cache: No, uncache: No, dependency: None
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i201: Planned package: SetupChipsetx64.msi, state: Present, default requested: Present, ba requested: Present, execute: None, rollback: None, cache: No, uncache: No, dependency: Register
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i299: Plan complete, result: 0x0
    [12DC:1358][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i000: Setting string variable 'IIF_MSI_SWITCHES' to value ''
    [12DC:1358][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i000: 12/8/2014 4:53:17 PM  ** Boostrapper App **  Getting window handle.
    [12DC:1358][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i000: 12/8/2014 4:53:17 PM  ** Boostrapper App **  Calling Engine.Apply(). Window handle: 132326
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i300: Apply begin
    [0A00:0B50][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i323: Registering package dependency provider: {B7CC660E-F31D-490C-BD2A-2CB2EC5A5E3A}, version: 10.0.13, package: SetupChipsetx64.msi
    [0A00:0B50][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i325: Registering dependency: {e48a2f61-851a-4155-82f9-af1b04db8c3b} on package provider: {B7CC660E-F31D-490C-BD2A-2CB2EC5A5E3A}, package: SetupChipsetx64.msi
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i000: 12/8/2014 4:53:17 PM  ** Boostrapper App **  Apply complete. Status: '0' Restart: 'None' Result: 'None'
    [12DC:12A8][2014-12-08T16:53:17]i399: Apply complete, result: 0x0, restart: None, ba requested restart:  No

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  2. #2


    United States
    Posts : 3,093
    Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit


    I would stick with latest on the Asus site: Motherboards - MAXIMUS IV EXTREME-Z - ASUS

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  3. #3


    Posts : 44
    Windows 8.1 x64


    Quote Originally Posted by popeye View Post
    I would stick with latest on the Asus site: Motherboards - MAXIMUS IV EXTREME-Z - ASUS
    Isn't the management engine interface the thing that switches from GPU to CPU GPU?
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  4. #4



    Trying to Sith things out
    Bamberg Germany
    Posts : 2,288
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit


    The only drivers one needs to update really is when you have the newest piece of hardware that just came out, or your graphics drivers, and only then if you're a gamer or a heavy 3d graphics user such a 3D CAD. It could be that 10.0.13 is for a newer chipset and not yours. Please read this article at How-To-Geek.
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  5. #5


    Posts : 44
    Windows 8.1 x64


    Yes yes, i know some drivers don't need to be updated but i figured from 6.0 to 10 is a big leap and worthy of consideration
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  6. #6


    United States
    Posts : 3,093
    Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit


    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRD View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by popeye View Post
    I would stick with latest on the Asus site: Motherboards - MAXIMUS IV EXTREME-Z - ASUS
    Isn't the management engine interface the thing that switches from GPU to CPU GPU?
    Yes, and part of overall chipset drivers. May be why you can'r get generic Intel drivers to take. Asus may modify how they work on your board.
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  7. #7


    Posts : 44
    Windows 8.1 x64


    Quote Originally Posted by popeye View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRD View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by popeye View Post
    I would stick with latest on the Asus site: Motherboards - MAXIMUS IV EXTREME-Z - ASUS
    Isn't the management engine interface the thing that switches from GPU to CPU GPU?
    Yes, and part of overall chipset drivers. May be why you can'r get generic Intel drivers to take. Asus may modify how they work on your board.
    Hmm, but i have the iGpu disabled in Bios, wouldn't that be conflicting with the driver?
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  8. #8


    United States
    Posts : 3,093
    Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit


    Yea, when BIOS settings are changed from the default kind of hard to say the impact on installing non-OEM drivers. No single right answer I believe.
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  9. #9



    Trying to Sith things out
    Bamberg Germany
    Posts : 2,288
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit


    If your system is working fine I recommend not updating. With chipset (or many other driver) updates the number(in your case 6.xxx and 10.xxx) differences seem large but the changes are minimal and won't make your computer faster, they're only for those rare instances for small incompatibitily issues. On the other hand, the oem drivers were thoroughly tested and tuned for that motherboard.
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  10. #10



    Trying to Sith things out
    Bamberg Germany
    Posts : 2,288
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit


    I just took a look at the asus web site for your MOBO(THE SPECS ROCK) and found this for your chipset:
    Version 9.5.10.1658 Copy Link
    Description Management Engine Interface V9.5.10.1658 for Windows Win8.1 64bit---(WHQL).(1.5M)
    Management Engine Interface V9.5.10.1658 for Windows Win8.1 32bit---(WHQL).(1.5M)
    File Size 59.33 MBytesupdate 2013/10/11
    Download from Global
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