LOL! What are you confused by, the fact that it says you have a different version than you do or the fact that the release date for the driver is totally different?
Until they get all of the bugs and inconsistencies out of the new tool and database, I suggest that you do the following:
- If it's the first time that it is offering you an update, go ahead and let it try to install.
- If it's the second (or third or...) time that it is offering you an update, ignore it.
In the meantime, I have reported this to the development team and they will be looking into it...
I'm puzzled by how and why is DSA thinking that I have 188.8.131.52, while the device manager is saying otherwise; and why does my installed driver has an old timestamp while its version is allegedly the updated one
Obviously (?), the driver DSA suggests should be the REAL most up-to-date one.
> Until they get all of the bugs and inconsistencies out of the new tool and database
Thing is, this issue was in the old tool as well.. I kinda let it bug me over the time
> In the meantime, I have reported this to the development team and they will be looking into it...
I'm not going to update it for now, in case the developers need some debugging info from my machine.
Hi Itiel. This is Monique with Intel Corporation. I've notified our developers about your issue and they would like to see your debug log files. Please send those to us by using the attach option. They can be found at C:\ProgramData\Intel\DSA
Thanks again for your assistance with helping us fix the application.
Hi Itiel. The fix for this issue requires additional effort between the driver team and our IDSA development team to ensure the correct driver version is being detected and compared. The UI changes and other fixes that were included in the recent IDSA v184.108.40.206 do not include this fix. We will have it hopefully in an upcoming release.
Monique with Intel Corporation