The INF Update Utility does not seem to install because your computer and operating system (OS)already have the latest INF supported by your chipset controller and OS version.
This does not happen if you were installing the operating system from scratch and then install the latest INF Update Utility.
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As noted in these threads:
As indicated, you may need to install .42 from an elevated cmd window with the following line (no quotes): "c:\setupfolder\setupfile.exe -overall "
I had a similar problem and had not installed the Windows pushed .38 INF package; which has it's own story. This work-around did the trick for me; even though the driver date stamps are 1/1/1970
Ergo - Thanks, the -overall did it. Now at .42. However, Intc should probably update their drivers as the driver date is 1/1/1970 LOL.
Thanks for the advice.
Hello, I have the same problem, I want updato to 10.1.1.42 but after the reboot chipset driver still 10.1.1.38 and this errors are present in event log:
Do you mean I have to reinstall the entire OS for update the chipset drivers?
I wont upgrade because I have problem with disk Access that make PC stuck during more tan 30 seconds and generate this error in events:
I have re-installed the system several times with Raid0 and NO-Raid0 configuration using two different SSD disks but unable to solve.
The procedure I use is:
1. Install OS
2. Install Asus "Software Installation Utility Intel_Chipset_Win7-81-10_V101138"
3. Install Asus "MEI_Win7-81-10_V11601026"
4. Install Asus "IRST_Win7-81-10_V15201020"
5. Install Asus "AUDIO Realtek_Audio_Driver_Win7-81-10_V6017997"
6. Install Asus "Intel_LAN_Driver_Win7-81-10_V211300"
7. Install NVIDIA "GeForce Hot Fix driver version 378.57"
My system: Asus Rog Maximus IX Apex, i7 7700k, SLI GTX 1080, Windows10 x64, 32Gb G.Skill F4-3200C14D-32GVK, AOC AGON AG271QG
Great Allan! It works!
No errors in system logs and driver updated.
Hi Allan, regarding this thread: Re: Intel® Driver Update Utility doesn't show ava...
I opened it NOT because the upgrade problem that was solved in this thread, but because the application doesn't show that the new driver is available, I discovered the new 10.1.1.42 because I manually look for the driver but other people that aren't capable of this will not know a new version is available if they use "Intel Update Utility". Do you know what I mean now?
Thanks for support.