Discussion in 'Processors and motherboards Intel' started by Year, Aug 4, 2010.
if you want to manually install you can use old 188.8.131.528 - ALL folder,..it will work fine.
Can I just manually uninstall each one in device manager then reinstall the mobo drivers again manually. it wont stop my PC booting will it.
no need they didnt change anything in the latest (only for x58 and p55), just use ALL folder from 184.108.40.2068 and update manually,..
Yeah but I don't want to mix the 220.127.116.119 beta (Installed before deciding I want any WHQL drivers) & 1008 WHQL files together.
also I have Windows 7 so shouldn't i use the Win 7 folder.
Read the entire thread and you will see that various people have contributed information.
I have tried this way and it works:
Run 'cmd' command and enter this: "allOS_18.104.22.1688_PV.exe -overall -overide" (without the quotes)
This should FORCE these drivers to install. Any that need to update manually..... well I guess you will have to roll back the driver then point it to the 'all' folder.
(Try the win 7 folder first and if they don't update, then try the 'all' folder for the manual update..... but not all them will update)
Version 22.214.171.1245 WHQL are out.
Installed with SP2 comp. & -overall. Then i rolled back on the LPC memory bandwidth module.
Smooth as butter.
Thanks for pointing it out guys!
Nice thread this..
I've been updating mine manually for some time now... it started becuase of having ssd's and needing to use the default Windows 7 AHCI driver for TRIM support, so i could never run the Intel chipset installer as it would install its own AHCI driver.
So I unpacked the installer and I update all my components from with device manager.
I just point to the "Win7" folder to install allthe system driver (PCI express root, DMI etc etc)
heres my question thought.... whats the difference between the "Win7" folder and the "All" folder, becuase they both seem to contain alot of similar stuff.
Which one should I be using ?
Did anybody checked the latest 126.96.36.1991 ?
Still have to do the procedure or maybe Intel fixed things ?
Thanks, will try.
Just downloaded this and tried to run the .exe file it did not update anything at all.
So I tried to do it manually through device manager and again it did not update anything either...?
The latest driver I have now is 2010 (this is from the previous 1008 version). I have two that simply have not updated at all and still have 2006 driver, and the rest are 2009 drivers.
Is this ok...?
My Gigabyte P35DS3 got updated AHCI and SMBus drivers, dated 6th august 2010, only after setting the installer compatibility to vista sp2 and using -overall.
I haven't tried manually updating any of the drivers.
this way worked for me with the older versions.
I didn't tried the latest that's why i asked if something changed and i don't have to repeat the procedure.
But it seems that i have.
btw i remember that i wasn't able to add -overall to the .exe.
In order to make it, i had to pin the installer to the start menu and then add the -overall to the target field of the .exe.
Is this the only way ?
This doesent work for me. It says that it updates something but Im not seeing any changes apart from sata drivers. I used this method I tried to manualy update and nothing...
Desperately in search of help...
We have a new version
If somebody tries it, can post here if we still have to follow the procedure of the first post.
188.8.131.520 is out
Isn't Version 184.108.40.2060 Alpha newer?
I dont think so cause we have 220.127.116.11 vs 18.104.22.168.
I can' t be sure as i don't have any other clues.
In the link i gave the release date is 21/04/2011.
Do yoy know the release date of the 22.214.171.124 version ?
It's not 126.96.36.199 it's 188.8.131.520
You can see all the dates here.
i think you won't see any diff., only SB and newer will, well maybe only for SMbus controller, intel ich sata controller and maybe LPC controller..