There is no one model, I mean how many chipsets did the old version 18.104.22.1687 support? I believe the description said "Inf update utility primarily for Intel 6, 5, 4, 3, 900 series chipsets" and I used those drivers to install on new systems or update systems that had previous versions of the Intel chipset drivers.
For example, I just finished building a system that uses an H87 chipset and not knowing that version 10 of the chipset drivers were out I installed the previous versions 22.214.171.1247; but running the version 10 "SetupChipset.exe" does not update any of the installed drivers as far as I can tell since after the install and reboot all Intel hardware is still using 9.4.0.x software and none has been upgraded to version 10.0.13.
So how do I get the version 10 setup to update the existing hardware drivers or where can I get the .inf and driver files so I can manually update the way I previously was able?
The INF. file contains a lot of generic drivers. It applies the drivers for your board, but it may also apply other drivers that may not be necessary to install on your system.
Please let me know which is the model number of the motherboard you are using. It doesn't matter if is not an Intel product. It is necessary for me, so I can give you the correct chipset driver according to your board.
can you help me please with my chipset driver, my mobo is "Asus P5Q3" - Motherboards - P5Q3 - ASUS and i wolud like to install properly chipset driver and use my SSD in AHCI mode with best performance on this mobo. With installed "Intel Chipset Inf Update Program V126.96.36.1994 for Windows XP 32bit/XP 64bit/Vista 32bit/Vista 64bit Win7 32bit/64bit" i have very fast win7 boot, but i have problem, windows detect my internal SSD and HDD like removable disk drives, but with installed " Intel(R) Matrix Storage Manager V188.8.131.523 for Windows 7 and Windows 64bit 7.(WHQL) " also from Asus site they're showing like internal but slower boot.
Please help me to install correct newest driver for my controller, i wwant to have fast boot and non-removable internal disks
Adistheone, the drivers available for your system will be available at the following URL http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/P5Q3/HelpDesk_Download/
It is important to know that we provided generic drivers; and sometimes these cannot be installed on OEM systems or the installation of them could overwrite OEMs customizations.
I would recommend you also, to check with Asus if there is a new Bios version available that can be install on your computer.
Also, make sure the SSD and HDD are running the latest firmware version.