Thank you for contacting the Intel community.
When you try to install the driver in audit mode, how exactly are you doing it and what exactly do you mean adding the driver in audit mode?
Perhaps you can try installing the driver in silent mode; you can follow the steps here:
See option, “6. Installing the software in silent mode”
I am a OEM system builder and I have freshly loaded a new nuc with Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit and it's updates. I am adding the drivers at SysPrep (System Preparation Environment.) As an Microsoft OEM you are required to power on the PC at least once, and allow the specialize configuration pass of Windows Setup to complete, before shipping the PC to a customer. This means bypassing the the welcome screen that allows the customer to set up their new PC. In SysPrep you can make any last minute changes, check that all things are installed correctly, add a driver and so on.
This where I am trying to add this driver set (have done a few times and always worked) and the ChipSet Driver is the only driver that doesn't install. I have downloaded it from your Intel website @ Download Intel® Chipset Device Software for Intel® NUC and I extract all files and run the exe from under the folder. I have always done this for single build PC's that I don't have a master image for and it always worked for me until now. It also is the same driver for the Skull Nuc 6i7KYK and I had the same problem 2 weeks ago with that. So what changed?
Thank you for clarifying this for me.
If you follow the steps shown at the following link doesn’t work either?
See option 7 “INSTALLING THE INF FILES PRIOR TO OS INSTALLATION”
If it doesn't work doing it as it says on the readme.txt, then I will further investigate for you.
Please let me know.