"The Intel® Chipset Software Installation Utility installs the Windows* INF files. The INF files inform the operating system how to properly configure the chipset for specific functionality, such as AGP, USB, Core PCI, and ISAPNP services."
All that does is update the inf file(s). It does not load or install drivers. You must download and install drivers from your laptop manufacturer. Intel makes the chip sets, not the computer. If you go to the laptop manufacturer's website, there should be a Support link where you can obtain drivers.
Thank you but i don't completely understand
In the package before the last one when i executed the downloaded file it very clearly updated the driver version next to many of the syetm components. How was that if you say that Intel only provides inf files.......etc etc
Can you explain please and Driver Genius program detects outdated drivers and downloads corresponding newer DRIVERS
You stated that "infinst_autol.exe" didn't update drivers and it's not supposed to. It updates the chip set configuration file(s). This is different from drivers. In basic terms, the *.inf files let the drivers know what the chip set can do. The drivers are what makes the hardware operate with the chip set based on the inf files.
I don't know what "Driver Genius" is. It sounds like some third party software that's supposed to track updates. I don't go to third parties for my drivers. The drivers can or should be available from the manufacturer of your PC. They will know what hardware is installed in your PC based on the model number and/or serial number. You can't just load any driver or package of drivers. They are specific to the BIOS, motherboard and hardware in your PC.
If you are specific about your PC, someone here might be able to provide a link to the manufacturer's support area where you can download the the correct drivers. These are almost always provided free of charge. You don't need to buy software to update drivers.