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The LAN software packages install the drivers necessary for the (Intel) MAC and PHY solutions included on a board. There are multiple MAC and multiple PHY solutions, so there are a significant number of drivers included within the software packages. Each of these drivers has its own version number and these version numbers are independent of the version number for the entire package. For the i219-V PHY, as you have seen, the driver version included in the 22.9 package happens to be 18.104.22.168.
As you have found, the DSA tool does not comprehend this versioning difference and thus continues to report an update as being available when there really isn't. Intel is working on this issue. They will let us know when they have it addressed.
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Thank you for contacting Intel Support,
I understand that you are having problems updating a specific driver, I apologize for any inconvenience this may be causing.
Regarding the problem, In order to assist you the best way we require you to provide us with the model of the Intel® product you are using.
As soon as we receive the information about the unit that is not allowing you to update the driver I will attempt to look for a solution.