Intel Chipset Software Installation 9.4.0.1022 Download

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. Ghosty

    Ghosty Ancient Guru

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    Cheers.
     
  3. Joaoo

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    Just a question, how can is ee what chipset i have?
     
  4. BetA

    BetA Ancient Guru

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    isnt this for all Intel Chipsets?

    anyway, @ Joaoo

    go to ur Hardware manager in windows..
    Go to system accesories or what its called..there it should be mentionend.. if not, use AIDA 64

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    greetz..
     
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  5. Ghosty

    Ghosty Ancient Guru

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    Normally is, yes. You can also force it to install by using the -overall command
     
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    BetA Ancient Guru

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    Thanks ;)
    i looked at intel, yes, its usually for all INtel chips..SO, THX for tha Update, hehe..hope it doesnt change my AHCI Driver..:3eyes:
     
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    Sorry I misunderstand. Where do you put that?
     
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    If people don't know how to force it overall it's easy. all you need to do is make a shortcut of the setup.exe then go to properties then target then at the end of the .exe add -overall, so it should say something like this C:\Users\your user name\Downloads\infinst_autol\Setup.exe -OVERALL
     
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  9. HonoredShadow

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    I thought it would be something like that. Having a slllooooow day lol. Thanks!
     
  10. tsunami231

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    I have no updated my chipset drivers since 9.3.0.1019 Is there even point to do so for x58 chipset. other then the latest and greats drivers
     

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    tsunami231 Ancient Guru

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    Doing this will override and change the RST installed you will have to reinstall RST to fix that
     
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    NvidiaFreak650 Member Guru

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    I use -OVERWRITE which work great. that tip should help people.
     
  13. warlord

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    the correct and only solution to install these is:

    create a shortcut and use 3 commands -overall -overide -overwrite

    only that way a proper installation happens then you install after reboot again the latest RST for your SATA controller which is always superior and latest. :)

    this is by far the latest one and it fully supports windows 8.1
     
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    I don't think you need to go that far given this driver is pretty meaningless. Windows can operate just fine without it.
     
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    Weird, at first I did the standard update which didn't do anything apparent (all dates and driver versions remained at previous version), then did the "-overall -overide -overwrite" update, which apparently really did update stuff, but in device manager all Intel items are at 9.3.0.1028, and yet the driver date shows 7/9/2013 on said devices.
     

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    Ive never updated mine, just using the default ones my Windows installed, runs fine. :)
     
  17. sykozis

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    If it's the motherboard in your specs on the left (ASRock Extreme4 Gen3), you have the Intel Z68 chipset.
     
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    if you use chipset drivers it will run even more fine on my old P55 rig it has dated 9.1.9.1004 9/7/2013 so it surely does better than windows c**p...
     
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    How do you know? Can you measure the level of "even more fine"?

    That is bad English btw but I'm guessing it's not your first language.
     
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    Is this for mobile chipsets as well?
     

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