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[DRIVERS] Intel Chipset/MEI/SATA (1xx/2xx/3xx/4xx/5xx)

MoKiChU
Level 40

Hi everyone,

- Intel Chipset Drivers :

Package : 10.1.19627.8423 WHQL [28/09/2023]
Download : Link

Install/Update Process :

Launch "CHIPSET_Intel_vxx.x.xxxxx.xxxx.exe"

- Intel MEI Drivers (Drivers Only) :

Drivers : 2345.5.3.0 WHQL [08/11/2023]
DAL SoftwareComponent Driver : 1.44.2023.710 WHQL [11/07/2023]
ICLS SoftwareComponent Driver : 1.71.99.0 WHQL [06/12/2023]
WMI SoftwareComponent Driver : 2338.5.1.0 WHQL [20/09/2023]
Download : Link
 
Install/Update Process :

Launch "Install.cmd" by right-click Run as admin > Automatic restart when install is done

- Intel SATA AHCI-RAID Drivers (Drivers Only) :

Drivers - 4xx/5xx : 18.37.7.1013 WHQL [06/02/2023]
Drivers - 2xx/3xx : 17.11.3.1010 WHQL [25/11/2022]
Drivers - 1xx : 16.8.5.1014 WHQL [13/12/2022]
Download - 4xx/5xx : Link
Download - 2xx/3xx : Link
Download - 1xx : Link

Install/Update Process :

- Press Windows key + X > Device Manager > Right-click on your Intel SATA device > Update driver > Browse my computer for driver software
- Browse... > Select the extracted drivers folder (SATA_AHCI-RAID_Intel_v...) > Next


OS requirements : Windows 10 64 bit or more recent.
Hardware requirements : Motherboards with Intel 1xx/2xx/3xx/4xx/5xx series chipsets (except Intel X299 chipset).


TIPS :

If you want to manage the drivers (remove old/unused drivers for example) that you have in your Windows DriverStore
Use Driver Store Explorer (Right click on "Rapr.exe" > Run as administrator).

If you want better interrupts delivery latency
Enable MSI (Message Signaled-based Interrupts) mode on all your supported devices (see the column "supported modes") with
MSI Mode Utility (Right click on "MSI_Mode_Utility_v3.exe" > Run as administrator).
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MoKiChU
Level 40
Hi everyone,

- Intel MEI Drivers (Drivers Only) :
Drivers : 2102.100.0.1044 WHQL [03/01/2021]


SoftwareComponent Drivers :

DAL SoftwareComponent Driver : 1.41.2021.121 WHQL [21/01/2021]
ICLS SoftwareComponent Driver : 1.62.321.1 WHQL [17/09/2020]
LMS SoftwareComponent Driver : 2102.1.74.0 WHQL [27/01/2021]


Download : Link



Thread updated.

MoKiChU wrote:
Hi everyone,

- Intel MEI Drivers (Drivers Only) :
Drivers : 2102.100.0.1044 WHQL [03/01/2021]



As always you are much appreciated.

Thank you @MoKiChU. STAY WELL!

MoKiChU wrote:
Hi everyone,

- Intel MEI Drivers (Drivers Only) :
Drivers : 2102.100.0.1044 WHQL [03/01/2021]



Download : Link



Thread updated.


And updated.
Thanks as usual MoKiChU:D

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Can we please get checksums? What would happen, if you installed corrupted driver from download error? I have too many problems lately, I am not in a mood for BSOD etc. I didn't see checksums on any driver site true. But exe usually have digital signature, which is verified by Windows and other file types don't!

empleat wrote:
Can we please get checksums? What would happen, if you installed corrupted driver from download error? I have too many problems lately, I am not in a mood for BSOD etc. I didn't see checksums on any driver site true. But exe usually have digital signature, which is verified by Windows and other file types don't!


Hi,

Everything I offer is compressed via 7-Zip as you can see, during compression, a [url=]CRC[/url] is integrated into the metadata, during decompression, a comparative CRC is performed, if there is a difference, 7-Zip warns you of data corruption. You can test your .7z files manually by right clicking > 7-Zip > Test archive.

Also, everything I offer is WHQL signed by Microsoft, if there is any bit of a difference with the originally WHQL signed content, it won't install.

empleat wrote:
Can we please get checksums? What would happen, if you installed corrupted driver from download error? I have too many problems lately, I am not in a mood for BSOD etc. I didn't see checksums on any driver site true. But exe usually have digital signature, which is verified by Windows and other file types don't!

You could have expressed your concerns (which are valid) without whining about it.

Ty Mokichu!

Jesseinsf wrote:
You could have expressed your concerns (which are valid) without whining about it.

This is already unprofessional, that we have to download drivers from forums. ASUS can't even update drivers on their website. Nice approach I wasn't whining at all. Are you some sensitive SJW? I simply asked... If there were proper drivers on ASUS website and documentation, I wouldn't have in the first place!

empleat wrote:
Ty Mokichu!


This is already unprofessional, that we have to download drivers from forums. ASUS can't even update drivers on their website. Nice approach I wasn't whining at all. Are you some sensitive SJW? I simply asked... If there were proper drivers on ASUS website and documentation, I wouldn't have in the first place!

This happens with every hardware manufacturer. Its nothing new and there's nothing professional or unprofessional about it. Yes, we would like for things to just work, but in this fragmented PC industry, it's just not possible to expect that our PCs should just work when updating something. This is a risk we all take when updating anything.

That being said, it's also nice to know what Mokichu uses to package these updates and how we can check the integrity of the file to help deterring if there is any file corruption which Mokichu has provided. He has also stated that all drivers are signed by Microsoft as-well-as stating that there is installation protection when any irregularities are detected with the signed drivers.

empleat wrote:
Ty Mokichu!


This is already unprofessional, that we have to download drivers from forums. ASUS can't even update drivers on their website. Nice approach I wasn't whining at all. Are you some sensitive SJW? I simply asked... If there were proper drivers on ASUS website and documentation, I wouldn't have in the first place!


These are often bleeding edge drivers, meaning not officially released by the manufacturer yet or tested by motherboard vendors. I would say greater than 95% of the time you really don't need nor will benefit from these updated drivers. Asus will usually publish a new driver if there is a specific reason, be it security or support for some feature. They are not being unprofessional - they are not releasing drivers that they have not tested for which there is little if no benefit for end users. These drivers posted here are provided as a convenience for you by MoKiChU if you are, like me, OCD.

It is whining when you are complaining about Asus not providing something that you don't really need and that you can get from elsewhere if you so desire. Would you have Asus divert effort from BIOS and Asus software development and testing in order to test every single third party drivers on their boards? Just get it from elsewhere.

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MoKiChU
Level 40
empleat wrote:
Can we please get checksums? What would happen, if you installed corrupted driver from download error? I have too many problems lately, I am not in a mood for BSOD etc. I didn't see checksums on any driver site true. But exe usually have digital signature, which is verified by Windows and other file types don't!


Hi,

Everything I offer is compressed via 7-Zip as you can see, during compression, a CRC is integrated into the metadata, during decompression, a comparative CRC is performed, if there is a difference, 7-Zip warns you of data corruption. You can test your .7z files manually by right clicking > 7-Zip > Test archive.

Also, everything I offer is WHQL signed by Microsoft, if there is any bit of a difference with the originally WHQL signed content, it won't install.