1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 27, 2016 11:43 AM by Hellen_Intel

    intel chipset software update "requiring reboot"


      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!