Not yet - it told me, that it was the Intel ME. But I've installed it.
I reinstalled the release from the intel download center - ah ! Message "Your version is newer than this one - Do you want to continue ?" Yes !!!
Now there is no unknow device. Only the Intel Desktop Software is still unable to start. I'm going to uninstall it.
And DHT is telling the same story.
Add. info - DriverIdentifier tells me a lot of updates, I should install. But I installed all current driver from intel download center.
Who was right ?
Could you please go ahead and try running the Intel® driver update utility at the following link: Intel® Driver Update Utility
Please let us know if it installs the latest drivers and resolves your problems.
here the answer:
Product Detected / Current Driver Installed / Status
AMD Radeon HD 7900 Series / 18.104.22.168 / This device is unknown or unsupported.
Intel Chipset Software Installation Utility (Chipset INF) / 22.214.171.1246 / This version is valid.
Audio Driver for Intel Desktop Board / 126.96.36.19904 / Your driver is current.
Wireless Networking (WiFi) / / This device is unknown or unsupported.
Wired Networking (Newer Driver Available)
Intel® Desktop Board DZ77BH-55K: Intel® 82579V Gigabit Ethernet / Current Driver Installed / Newer Driver Available: 188.8.131.52
Intel(R) 82579V Gigabit Network Connection / 184.108.40.206 / This device is unknown or unsupported
The only update is 34 kb for the network card. And there isn't an unknown device. It's only the problem with HDH and with the Intel Utility. But I can use the pc without both of them. So I let it as it is.
I got the board with BIOS 0057, is it necessary to update to 099 ?
In the forum are some postings about problems with updates to 097. Are ther any problems known with update from 0057 to 099 ?
Is there a programm to change the BIOS-Settings from Windows ? I know MSI offers one, but I didn't found one on the intel site.
We recommended customers to update the BIOS only if the system is giving you issues. If you still want to update it try with version 0070 and 0083 first.
On the following link you will be able to see the release notes for all BIOS version.
In addition, Intel does not have the option to change the BIOS settings from Windows.