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Latest Intel Chipset Driver Software Released


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Note   Note
WHQL version: 10.1.17765.8094
Build number: 17765.8094
Release Date: August 24th 2018

Release Notes

New Features:
  • Recertified all packages – added Windows Server 2012 R2 x64 certification
  • Fixed and updated readme file



Tip   Tip
Not sure if this is the right driver or software for your component? Run Intel Driver & Support Assistant to automatically detect driver or software updates.

Running this easy-to-use Intel Driver & Support Assistant tells you if you need to update your chipset INF file and will prompt you to install. This will save you a lot of time on your chipset download and common file downloads needed for your system.

Download Server Chipset Driver

Name changes
Intel® Chipset Device Software is the new name for the Intel® Chipset Software Installation Utility; this name will be seen when running the installation package.

About this file/download
The Intel Chipset Device Software installs the Windows* INF files. An INF is a text file that provides the operating system with information about a piece of hardware on the system. In the case of the current Intel Chipset Device Software, that information is primarily the product name for the piece of hardware. This allows the operating system to show the correct name for that piece of hardware in Device Manager.

Note: The Intel Chipset Device Software does not install drivers for AGP or USB. Do not download this utility if your device manufacturer is recommending it to correct an "AGP driver," "AGP GART," or "USB driver" issue; it will not correct your issue.
 
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The Intel P61/H61 Utility DVD containing chipsets/Serial-ATA/Network/Audio Drivers and bios doesnt run with windows 8. So should I download them from mother board page? Should I download the lates bios too if so ?
This is my motherboard GIGABYTE - Motherboard - Socket 1155 - GA-P61-S3 (rev. 2.0)
 

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Hello StefaNafetS,

The latest "Intel INF" driver version for your motherboard at GIGABYTE is 9.3.0.1021, so using the latest 9.​3.​0.​1026 version directly from Intel would be better.
As for your BIOS, it shows the latest version as F8d at GIGABYTE for your motherboard. It's a beta version, but says it adds support for Windows 8. It really up to you if you want to update this or not. If you do not know how to, then I wouldn't recommend messing with it though.
Hope this helps, :)
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Thank you vey much!!

Hmmmm.. this Intel INF doesnt do the same job as the utility recomended above?

And what about the other items from my motherboard download section like Intel Management Engine Interface. That could be outdated too.

do you know if I i should go to realteck and to download the audio and lan driver from there. The one listed for my motherboard has a odd name "
Realtek Function driver for Realtek Azalia audio chip (Including Microsoft UAA Driver in English edition)".

and the SATA RAID/AHCI ones I hope they can be easy installed. It says something to press

And waht should be the instalation order of all these?



 

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I wouldn't recommend installing any driver unless you are 100% sure that it's for the exact same device or H61 Express chipset on your system.



As for the order, it really doesn't matter as long as you do them one at a time.
 

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9.3.1 sounds good!

I'll see if it applies to my card.

Thanks
 

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Ok. I got HM77, it's on the list so I'll give it a try.

That driver website is very good. :)

PS:
One driver that always gives me BSOD's when I change it: Xeon(R) E3-1200... located on system devices.
The solution is installing it in Safe Mode. Works all the time.:thumb:
 

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I have an Intel DG43GT motherboard , so I'll check tonight to see if I need this update. Thanks!
 

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None of the 9.3.1 chipest drivers were succesfully installed in my case. It's just not compatible. I'll wait for HM77 chipset.

In the readme it says "Preview Release" or something so there will be other patches until the final release I guess.
 

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It didn't recognize ICH10 in my mainboard. But I already installed it via intel rapid storage technology for updating ahci drivers .
 

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I wouldn't recommend installing any driver unless you are 100% sure that it's for the exact same device or H61 Express chipset on your system.

As for the order, it really doesn't matter as long as you do them one at a time.
well I think i should Install all things from my motherboard page

What concerned me lately and raised this question if to update /flash bios or not ( I was "techyproof" till now so I dont know what BIOS realy does) is a kind of display glitch that appears before windows 8 lock screen appears at start /restart and a notable delay in starting/restarting time than with my 1st win8 install.

I think this appeared after I installed my windows 7 back ( dont ask me why..)( a clean install) and installed my win8 back again.I dont think Ive done them corectly:

I couldnt install win 7 it in C ,neither to format that partition because of this message [Windows cannot be installed to this disk. The selected disk has an MBR partition table. On EFI systems, Windows can only be installed to GPT disks] and an error code 0x0000 smth... while attempting to format the C. I could only manage to instal windows 7 back after deleting all of the partiton and now I have a single C one.

When Ive tried to reinstall windows 8 these days I expected to see only a partiton where to put my windows but instead there were other minor ones too ( they dint shown during my win7 install) like they appear now if I open disk management
13-12-2012 21-42-25.png .

So now I have that glitch when starting windows 8. I dont know how to describe it: its a black screen -with that windows 8 doted loading wheel -partially covering my Motherboard logo screen ( that screen at startup with bios setup, boot menu options etc).I say partially becuase I can see parts of my motherboard screen on left and right but they are kinda shredded and disolved into scraps. This appears after the clean Motherboard screen witht those options I mentioned above. On my 1st win 8 install this dint use to happen.

So Now I f I want to do a clean correct install of windows 8 what should I do?asking these in the context of those EFI , recovery partitions I havent seen till now while installing windows.
 
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StefaNafetS,

Agreed. You should install all drivers from your motherboard page. :)

I would recommend to create a new thread for your other issue to get better help with it though since it is going off topic from this thread.
 
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Thankk you very much!! Im doing this right now but I have a feeling that again you sir will be the one to reply :). Hmm so there are not many that can offer real help here I guess

hmmmm...where to put my new topic then!!!!
 

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Am I ok to install this driver? The Asus site doesn't have any drivers at all for Windows 8. Tried installing the Windows 7 one but no go there. I would rather be 100% sure it's the right one before I go ahead.

This is my motherboard ASUS - Motherboards- ASUS P7P55D

Thanks in advance :)
 

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Am I ok to install this driver? The Asus site doesn't have any drivers at all for Windows 8. Tried installing the Windows 7 one but no go there. I would rather be 100% sure it's the right one before I go ahead.

This is my motherboard ASUS - Motherboards- ASUS P7P55D

Thanks in advance :)
Hello Flik,

You would want to look for the Intel 5 series express chipset drivers since your motherboard has an Intel P55 Express Chipset.

There's not currently any available for Windows 8 on Intel's download page, but the 9.3.1.1009 WHQL version at Station Driver below has one available for Windows 8 for your P55 series. You would click on the DL disk I have boxed in red below at the link. These drivers are safe from them.

intel drivers pour chipsets

DL.jpg


Hope this helps, :)
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Brilliant, thank you very much :)
 

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You're most welcome Flik. :)
 

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When I installed this driver with setup utility none of the Intel drivers were upgraded to the latest version when I checked driver versions in device manager. Drivers were microsoft's default ones from 2009 or something.

What I did was simply extracted zip driver from Intel to the folder, then went trough each Intel(R) driver listed in device manager, pressed update driver >> Browse my computer for driver software and chose folder where I extracted zip file and did this with each intel driver. Now drivers seem to be the latest ones
 

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When I installed this driver with setup utility none of the Intel drivers were upgraded to the latest version when I checked driver versions in device manager. Drivers were microsoft's default ones from 2009 or something.

What I did was simply extracted zip driver from Intel to the folder, then went trough each Intel(R) driver listed in device manager, pressed update driver >> Browse my computer for driver software and chose folder where I extracted zip file and did this with each intel driver. Now drivers seem to be the latest ones
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That's the real story... Especially those listed in "System Devices", "USB", and "Disk Controllers" need this procedure.
 

My Computer

System One

  • OS
    Windows 10 x64
    Computer type
    Laptop
    System Manufacturer/Model Number
    HP Envy DV6 7250
    CPU
    Intel i7-3630QM
    Motherboard
    HP, Intel HM77 Express Chipset
    Memory
    16GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    Intel HD4000 + Nvidia Geforce 630M
    Sound Card
    IDT HD Audio
    Monitor(s) Displays
    15.6' built-in + Samsung S22D300 + 17.3' LG Phillips
    Screen Resolution
    multiple resolutions
    Hard Drives
    Samsung SSD 250GB + Hitachi HDD 750GB
    PSU
    120W adapter
    Case
    small
    Cooling
    laptop cooling pad
    Keyboard
    Backlit built-in + big one in USB
    Mouse
    SteelSeries Sensei
    Internet Speed
    slow and steady
    Browser
    Chromium, Pale Moon, Firefox Developer Edition
    Antivirus
    Windows Defender
    Other Info
    That's basically it.