May I know what is the computer brand and model you have?
I put all the parts together myself. If there's specific information you'd like to know, about the motherboard for example, please let me know.
The drivers we have are generic drivers for OEM systems so if you are planning to get our Chipset driver for an OEM motherboard, the best way is to get the exact driver from the Computer Manufacture site.
If you can provide me with the Brand and model of the motherboard I can get the corresponding driver for it.
I have a Dell Inspiron 580S with Windows 8.1 Pro x64 installed (with latest OS updates). I ran the Intel Driver Update Utility 2.2, which proposed installing this Device Software update, which ran, but returned the "Failed" status thereafter. The motherboard uses the Intel H57 system chipset (Core i5). The system has integrated Intel GMA HD video, but this has been overridden by an installed Radeon HD 5450 video card.
Intel® Chipset Device Software 10.0.27, is intended for newer processors and chipset. Please review the link below. Your current processor belongs to the first generation.
Keep using the drivers provided with Dell support website and Microsoft® Windows recommendation.
Thanks for the clarification, Miguel. I had read the Release Notes, but didn't know which generation my particular Core i5 belonged to. Still, it would be more helpful if the Intel Driver Update Utility 2.2 application were able to detect and recommend (or not) driver updates based on all relevant hardware characteristics, including processor model and chipset.
This is not your or Intel's fault, but Dell is offering no information or recommendations that I can find as to compatibility of their systems hardware with Windows 10, and Microsoft's "Get Windows 10" app began reporting that that a "Critical hardware component made by Intel for your PC doesn't have drivers for Windows 10 yet." This is why I found and ran Intel's utility, with the results I reported here. According to Windows 8.1 Pro x-64, it seems that the only critical Intel hardware in use by my PC is the CPU and chipset (the Intel HD graphics hardware is inactive as my Dell system had a Radeon HD 5450 discrete graphics controller (for which AMD offers Windows 10 compatible drivers I already installed under Windows 8.1). FYI, Microsoft's "Get Windows 10" app on my machine has since stopped mentioning Intel hardware as involved with Win 10 incompatibilities (now it's "working with partners" to ensure compatibility).
Thank you for your feedback. From ARK | Your Source for Intel® Product Information it is possible to determine the processor generation and features.
The dedicated graphics card disable the embedded graphics of the processor.
I have a similar problem using the intel driver update utility v2.2. The utility says the intel chipset device software v220.127.116.1129 is installed but the latest version is v10.0.27. However, when I try to install it I get an update failed message. Please help?
PS my laptop is Medion Akoya P6631 running Win8.1pro. Their site refers to chipset driver v18.104.22.1680
The latest Intel® chipset driver is not compatible with your computer. I verified the information of your laptop manufacturer and they only have drivers for Win 7 32bit/Win 7 64bit/ / /Win Vista 32bit/Win Vista 64bit. Microsoft® Windows 8.1 is not included on the compatibility list.
Could you help me?
I installed Intel Driver Update Unity, it defined my current driver of chipset as 6.1.7601.17514 and offered to upgrade to 10.0.27. The update was successful, but after rebooting the system, I run again Driver Update UnityI'm back I go, then again I see my current driver is 6.1.7601.17514, and offer to upgrade to 10.0.27.
HP 4540s B7A52EA, Windows 7 64 Professional
Our Intel® driver update utility provides with generic drivers for pre-build systems such as your Hewlett Packard. I recommend you to visit your system manufacturer website and download the latest drivers available.
HP ProBook 4540s Notebook PC