I loaded Windows 8 onto a one-year-old DH67BL and was a little surprised to see that I had immediate network connectivity. I knew that W-8 included native USB 3.0, so the Renesas drivers are no longer needed, but I thought I would certainly need to load the chipset and network drivers at a minimum.
I would appreciate if someone could explain the driver situation for W-8. W-8 clearly includes generic chipset and network drivers, but should I download them from intel.com and install them via USB flash drive?
And what about the graphics and management-engine drivers; should those be downloaded from intel.com and installed via USB flash drive or just allow Windows to do it? I ask this because I once tried to install only chipset and management-engine drivers from the CDROM, but then Windows Update did not list the graphics driver in the update list.
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