Hi I have a bit of a problem... I downloaded the intel driver update utility to make sure my drivers are up-to-date, and it showed a chipset device software so downloaded and installed it. All fine and good. At the end of the install, it asked me to reboot for the install to be finished, so I did. Yet when I started up the driver update utility to check if the installation was really all right, it said "not installed" and when I checked regedit, it said "requires reboot true".
System specifications provided via a scan from intel system support utility attached. I know my system is pretty old and might not be compatible with the latest drivers as I didn't find my videocard or processor among the list at the latest driver, but the driver update should have picked up on that right?
Thank you for helping!
Your computer is running Windows® 10 Home, but I couldn’t find the Toshiba* support any driver for your SATELLITE C850-177, also according to Toshiba* website it is not a supported OS.
This can cause the confusion with the Intel® Driver Utility.
Here you can download the proper driver for your system according to your OS