The updater still causes BSOD.
Before installing this no crash for months.
The crash occured within ~5-10 minutes after install and running a scan.
Version: 2.0 (Latest)
BAD_POOL_HEADER (19) bug check has a value of 0x00000019. This indicates that a pool header is corrupt.
Win7 x32 updated 2015.05.11
all Intel driver updated
Asrock Z87 Extreme 4
Intel Core i5-4690 (non-K) 3500 MHz
A second small problem:
The updater misinterprets the version of
Intel Iris and HD Graphics Driver v126.96.36.19970
detects: 10.18.14.4170 and asks for 188.8.131.5270
These are same as you can see in the readme (Intel(R) Graphics Driver: 10.18.14.4170)
Thank you for sharing the information with Intel.
I'm sorry to read that you got a BSOD after running the Intel® Driver Update Utility. I think this is the first time we have had a BSOD report associated with the utility. I am in touch with the utility developers who will be investigating this incident.
On the second issue concerning the graphics driver version, this is a known issue. We will be looking at potential fixes in the utility, but I am not expecting a fix until much later this year.