Go for it.
The package contains a lot of drivers for a lot of chipsets.
Chances are the 6 year old chipset has not been updated in the last couple years , so you will end up with the same driver as the earlier package.
If iif by some chance it has been updated, the newer version likleys works better any way.
What is the reason or answer when this happens: You download the utility from Intel, it finds an update for you, then when you download the update you get an error message telling you "computer does not meet minimum requirements".
Does this mean I have an antique for a computer and I need to start shopping?
It it possible that something else can be done?
Thanks in advance for your help,
I would really need the specifics on what was down loaded and your system specs.
In General. the update utility check your mother board type and what code is loaded (drivers, bios , etc.) then checks against a list to see if newer is advaiable.
The answer is Yes, so you down load it.
Now when you get ready to install the "whatevercode", the specific installer check for full hardware compatability. (os version & service packs, memory, processors, directX, etc.or even if your specific revision of the board has the device that is trying to be updated)
The second install may then fail if something is not right with the error message: "computer does not meet minimum requirements".
This is a very generic error message.