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Default Intel Chipset Device Installation Download - 11-07-2012, 09:03 | posts: 21,314 | Location: Guru3D testlab

Download Intel Device Software Installation Utility 9.3.0.1025 - The Intel Chipset Software Installation Utility installs the Windows* INF files.

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Default 11-07-2012, 10:51 | posts: 2

Is this only for Intel boards, or for all boards with Intel chipsets ? For example i have Asus P8Z77-V Pro, can i install it ?
   
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Default 11-07-2012, 11:37 | posts: 21,314 | Location: Guru3D testlab

No for their motherboards, not chipsets.


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Default 11-08-2012, 02:45 | posts: 85

pretty sure it is for chip sets as well for example it installs the sata driver for my old system on a gigabyte board.
   
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Addendum...

Intel® Chipset Device Software
9.3.0.1025 Production Version
Release Notes

Microsoft Windows* 2000

Microsoft Windows* XP

Microsoft Windows* XP Professional x64 Edition

Microsoft Windows* Server 2003

Microsoft Windows* Server 2003 x64 Edition

Microsoft Windows* Vista

Microsoft Windows* Vista x64 Edition

Microsoft Windows* Server 2008

Microsoft Windows* Server 2008 x64 Edition

Microsoft Windows* Server 2008 R2 SP1

Microsoft Windows* 7

Microsoft Windows* 7 x64 Edition

Microsoft Windows* 8

Microsoft Windows* 8 x64 Edition

Microsoft Windows* Server 2012

The Intel® Chipset Device Software contains support for the following Intel Chipsets:

Intel® 5 Series Chipsets
Intel® 3400 Series Chipsets
Intel® 4 Series Chipsets
Intel® 3 Series Chipsets
Intel® 900 Series Chipsets
Intel® 800 Series Chipsets
Intel® Server/Workstation Chipsets
Intel® Xeon® Processor 5500/3500 series
Intel® 6 Series Express Chipsets
2nd generation Intel® Core™ processor family
3rd Generation Intel® Core™ Processor Family
Intel® 7 Series Express Chipset

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Do we still need to use the "/overall" switch?


   
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Would this work for both my Intel boards?
Asus Maximus II Formula (P45 chipset)
Asus Rampage IV Extreme (X79)

Just curious, prolly will not bother installing as everything seems to be working nicely...
   
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Do we still need to use the "/overall" switch?
Yea I needed -overall to get it to install.
   
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Yea I needed -overall to get it to install.
That's what I figured...lol.


   
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Default 11-09-2012, 09:34 | posts: 39

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That's what I figured...lol.
Where do I add the -overall comandline?
   
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Default 11-09-2012, 10:01 | posts: 4,035 | Location: Australia

The -overall switch isn't really needed, since in most cases they are just describer inf's so Windows knows what it is and so it shows properly in Device Manager. What this means is, the version that comes with Windows is fine! Basically the only difference with most of the INF's is the driver version and maybe a slight variation in the name given to them (most likely not though).

For things like the AHCI driver, you should use the performance driver (part of Rapid Storage Technology driver), not the INF driver.
   
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Default 11-09-2012, 11:36 | posts: 386 | Location: Macedonia, Greece

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Where do I add the -overall comandline?
Create a shortcut on the desktop and right-click -> properties; there, in "target" field.

I did this on Windows 8 and now in Device Manager all Intel-related stuff use 9.2.0.1031 with 9/10/2012 date. This example conerns P67 chipset. You might get other, more appropriate version for your Chipset -don't expect the same ( 9.2.0.1031 ).

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Default 11-09-2012, 14:00 | posts: 39

@thatguy91

Thanks for the tip.

@NiColaoS

Facepalm, I knew I forgot something. (I was doing that straight on the setup file)
   
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Default 08-07-2013, 00:15 | posts: 2

unable to find ahci driver name for intel board. Dz77sl 50k. exe files are installers, don't seem to contain the driver itself. unzippers don't find anything in the exe file. there are 92 inf/cat files, but none named ahci. I can't run the exe file until I have installed windows, and cannot install windows until I find the ahci driver file to slipstream into the installation CD, I can't even use a floppy drive until I know which files are the actual drivers, there are no driver files anywhere, just assorted inf, cat, cab files, none of which are named anything to do with the motherboard. I've wasted two days searching google and have found nothing but suggestions on HOW to install the drivers, HOW to slipstream them into things, but of course, no way to find the actual driver files themselves because there is no information as to what those drivers are named. Without that, I cannot do anything.
   
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unable to find ahci driver name for intel board. Dz77sl 50k. exe files are installers, don't seem to contain the driver itself. unzippers don't find anything in the exe file. there are 92 inf/cat files, but none named ahci. I can't run the exe file until I have installed windows, and cannot install windows until I find the ahci driver file to slipstream into the installation CD, I can't even use a floppy drive until I know which files are the actual drivers, there are no driver files anywhere, just assorted inf, cat, cab files, none of which are named anything to do with the motherboard. I've wasted two days searching google and have found nothing but suggestions on HOW to install the drivers, HOW to slipstream them into things, but of course, no way to find the actual driver files themselves because there is no information as to what those drivers are named. Without that, I cannot do anything.
What version of Windows are you trying to install? XP?


   
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Default 08-07-2013, 00:58 | posts: 2

I've been using XP pro. I already have a install disk with sp3 slipstreamed into it which works fine in older machines with mechanical drives, but I wanted to go up to ssd's for everything.

I already have win 7 running fine, but assume the drivers for a 64 bit machine will be different than what I need for 32 bit xp.

I have a version of xp 64 with service pack 2, but that stops on installation as well. Then again, I'm not sure if older software will run on winxp 64 but thought I'd give it a shot. But again, I'm guessing that doesn't have an intel ahci driver for this motherboard, the intel dz77sl 50k.

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