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Intel processors are software and drivers independent, so the processor itself does not require any driver.
In this particular case I would suggest running the Intel® Processor Identification Utility to determine if the processor is being properly recognized by the system.
You can download the Intel® Processor Identification Utility at:
Also I would suggest running the Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool to determine if the processor has any issue:
I would recommend updating the BIOS on your system. If youare running the latest BIOS version available, please try reinstalling it again.
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Many thanks for your response. I have now solved the problem. What happened was that I used Macrium Reflect to restore my old boards operating system and then did
a re deploy to new hardware. I think what happened in this case was that the old processors details was migrated across, and therefore stopped the correct identification of the
new processor - even though I ticked the option for windows to select the correct HAL, which I thought would have picked up the new processor, but obviously not. I had to bite
the bullet in the end and do a refresh install of Windows 8.1 Pro. Now all ok. Just wish Macrium reflect had the option in migrate to new hardware of uninstalling old drivers, but hey ho,
can't have everything I suppose.