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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 : 2406.5.5.0 WHQL [08/02/2024]
DAL SoftwareComponent Driver : 1.44.2023.710 WHQL [11/07/2023]
ICLS SoftwareComponent Driver : 1.72.189.0 WHQL [08/03/2024]
WMI SoftwareComponent Driver : 2408.5.4.0 WHQL [21/02/2024]
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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bigjohns97 wrote:
Thanks MoKiChU!

I noticed these didn't come with the admin install script, I am guessing I just need to apply these to the two Intel RST VMD devices under the storage controllers section in device manager?


Hi,

You can use the install/update process from the first post of the thread :

Install/Update Process :

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


Or you can use the Explorer method (by right clicking on iaStorVD.inf) :

- Windows 10 : Right click > Install > Wait for the message "The operation completed successfully" or for restart request.
- Windows 11 : Right click > Show more options > Install > Wait for the message "The operation completed successfully" or for restart request.

MoKiChU wrote:
Hi,

You can use the install/update process from the first post of the thread :



Or you can use the Explorer method (by right clicking on iaStorVD.inf) :



Ah forgot about the old inf right click method.

MoKiChU wrote:
Hi everyone,

- Intel Chipset Drivers :
Package : 10.1.19041.8307 WHQL [18/02/2022]
Download : Link



Thread updated.


Hi there and as always, thank you very much for all your support.
Even if I don't comment or post often, I always thank you for every new update and assistance you provide. 😮

I have a question regarding Windows 11: if a system can be upgraded to Win11 from Windows Update (and for example I see that my system supports this upgrade), is there a particular "how-to" on how to migrate also at a drivers basis with your packages? Is there something to do before and/or after the upgrade?

Thank you in advance.

piratino wrote:
Hi there and as always, thank you very much for all your support.
Even if I don't comment or post often, I always thank you for every new update and assistance you provide. 😮

I have a question regarding Windows 11: if a system can be upgraded to Win11 from Windows Update (and for example I see that my system supports this upgrade), is there a particular "how-to" on how to migrate also at a drivers basis with your packages? Is there something to do before and/or after the upgrade?

Thank you in advance.


Hi,

If you use a Intel Ethernet controller or Realtek Ethernet controller, just download the Windows 11 variant of the drivers :



Besides that, you don't have to do anything special, it will happen like Annual/Semi-Annual Windows 10 updates.

BillBittel
Level 12
Sorry if this is a silly question but how do I confirm that the Intel Chipset drivers v10.1.19041.8307 successfully installed? The install ran ok but when I look in Device Manager and Driver Store Explorer I don't see any driver with that version number.

I have an Z370 Maximus X Hero WiFi and an i7-8700K CPU. In Driver Store Explorer, if I sort by Driver Version, under "10.1" I see

skylakesystem.inf v10.1.1.38 - Driver Date 10/3/2016

kabeylakepch-hsystem.inf v10.1.1.40 Intel 200 Series Chipset Family LPC Controlled - A2C9 - Driver Date 1/3/2017

skylakesystem.inf v10.1.1.40 Intel Xeon(R)E3 - 1200/1500/v5/6th Gen Intel Core PCIe Controller (x16) - 1901 - Driver Date 1/3/2017

coffeelakesystem.inf v10.1.4.8 Intel Host Bridge/DRAM Registers - 3EC2 - Driver Date 7/18/1968 (I know this is the date that Intel was founded).

I think these are the chipset drivers. Should some or all of these now be v10.1.19041.8307? Also, there are 2 drivers named "skylakesystem.inf" - v10.1.1.38 and v10.1.1.40. If I click Select Old Drivers, none of these are checked. Does skylakesystem.inf v10.1.1.40 supersede v10.1.1.38?

edit - In Windows - Settings - Apps I do see Intel Chipset Device Software v10.1.19041.8307 so it does show the new version number here. Why don't I see this in Device Manager or Driver Store Explorer?

Thanks!

BillBittel wrote:
Sorry if this is a silly question but how do I confirm that the Intel Chipset drivers v10.1.19041.8307 successfully installed? The install ran ok but when I look in Device Manager and Driver Store Explorer I don't see any driver with that version number.

I have an Z370 Maximus X Hero WiFi and an i7-8700K CPU. In Driver Store Explorer, if I sort by Driver Version, under "10.1" I see

skylakesystem.inf v10.1.1.38 - Driver Date 10/3/2016

kabeylakepch-hsystem.inf v10.1.1.40 Intel 200 Series Chipset Family LPC Controlled - A2C9 - Driver Date 1/3/2017

skylakesystem.inf v10.1.1.40 Intel Xeon(R)E3 - 1200/1500/v5/6th Gen Intel Core PCIe Controller (x16) - 1901 - Driver Date 1/3/2017

coffeelakesystem.inf v10.1.4.8 Intel Host Bridge/DRAM Registers - 3EC2 - Driver Date 7/18/1968 (I know this is the date that Intel was founded).

I think these are the chipset drivers. Should some or all of these now be v10.1.19041.8307? Also, there are 2 drivers named "skylakesystem.inf" - v10.1.1.38 and v10.1.1.40. If I click Select Old Drivers, none of these are checked. Does skylakesystem.inf v10.1.1.40 supersede v10.1.1.38?

edit - In Windows - Settings - Apps I do see Intel Chipset Device Software v10.1.19041.8307 so it does show the new version number here. Why don't I see this in Device Manager or Driver Store Explorer?

Thanks!

10.1.19041.8307 is the package version, should show in add remove programs or installed apps or whatever it is called these days.
Chipset package 10.1.19041.8307 should contain the following driver versions (should show for some system devices in device manager)
10.1.45.9 Public: AlderLake NEW/UPDATED
10.1.36.7 Public: AlderLake PCH-P
10.1.43.5 Public: Tigerlake
10.1.42.10 Public: Server_Common
10.1.37.7 Public: AlderLakePCH-S
10.1.34.10 Public: RocketLake
10.1.33.5 Public: CometLakePCH-V
10.1.32.3 Public: JasperLakePCH-N
10.1.31.2 Public: CometLakePCH-H
10.1.30.3 Public: CometLake
10.1.29.4 Public: JasperLake+
10.1.28.2 Public: LakeField
10.1.27.4 Public: CometLakePCH-LP
10.1.25.5 Public: ElkhartLake
10.1.24.6 Public: TigerlakePCH-LP
10.1.22.3 Public: IceLakePCH-N
10.1.20.3 Public: IceLake
10.1.17.1 Public: ApolloLake
10.1.16.8 Public: CannonLake-H
10.1.15.7 Public: CannonLake-LP
10.1.14.8 Public: Coffeelake
10.1.13.3 Public: Geminilake
10.1.12.3 Public: IceLakePCH-LP
10.1.11.4 Public: KabyLakePCH-H
10.1.10.5 Public: Kabylake
10.1.9.3 Public: Lewisburg
10.1.7.4 Public: Skylake
10.1.6.2 Public: SunrisePoint-H
10.1.5.3 Public: SunrisePoint-LP


I have had windows update decide to overwrite older drivers OR the newer driver not overwrite the old installed drivers.
I believe for Skylake and older the drivers are null drivers and merely provide a name and tell windows that no driver is required basically, Looks like the same applies to all chipsets except possibly Alder Lake where it may modify a registry key adding it to allowed hardware for Bitlocker device encryption.... also, please let me know if I'm wrong and I'll update or remove this post.
Intel NUC X15 LAPKC71F (165hz QHD 3070 11800H)

Ataemonus
Level 11
It is a very silly question, given you do not have an Intel chipset to begin with.

Ataemonus wrote:
It is a very silly question, given you do not have an Intel chipset to begin with.
OOPS! You are right. I am an idiot. That is what I get for working on 2 systems at once. I have corrected my post to say I have a Maximus X Hero WiFi (Z370) and an i7-8700K CPU. I am not trying to install Intel chipset drivers on my Ryzen system. Apologies for the brain fart.

MoKiChU
Level 40
BillBittel wrote:
Sorry if this is a silly question but how do I confirm that the Intel Chipset drivers v10.1.19041.8307 successfully installed? The install ran ok but when I look in Device Manager and Driver Store Explorer I don't see any driver with that version number.

I have an Z370 Maximus X Hero WiFi and an i7-8700K CPU. In Driver Store Explorer, if I sort by Driver Version, under "10.1" I see

skylakesystem.inf v10.1.1.38 - Driver Date 10/3/2016

kabeylakepch-hsystem.inf v10.1.1.40 Intel 200 Series Chipset Family LPC Controlled - A2C9 - Driver Date 1/3/2017

skylakesystem.inf v10.1.1.40 Intel Xeon(R)E3 - 1200/1500/v5/6th Gen Intel Core PCIe Controller (x16) - 1901 - Driver Date 1/3/2017

coffeelakesystem.inf v10.1.4.8 Intel Host Bridge/DRAM Registers - 3EC2 - Driver Date 7/18/1968 (I know this is the date that Intel was founded).

I think these are the chipset drivers. Should some or all of these now be v10.1.19041.8307? Also, there are 2 drivers named "skylakesystem.inf" - v10.1.1.38 and v10.1.1.40. If I click Select Old Drivers, none of these are checked. Does skylakesystem.inf v10.1.1.40 supersede v10.1.1.38?

edit - In Windows - Settings - Apps I do see Intel Chipset Device Software v10.1.19041.8307 so it does show the new version number here. Why don't I see this in Device Manager or Driver Store Explorer?

Thanks!


Hi,

This question has actually been asked many times, but if you're asking the question and seeing the mistake you made (installing the Intel Chipset drivers from Windows Update - Optional updates), a reminder is probably needed :

You can see the version of the Intel Chipset Drivers package in your installed apps (Windows Settings > Apps).

If you want see the drivers versions, the easiest and fastest way is to use Driver Store Explorer (because the devices/drivers are different according to the motherboards/CPUs) by looking in System devices at the INTEL .inf ending with system and which have the field of the last column Device Name filled.

Note (from Intel) : Intel(R) Chipset Device Software uses an unusual date for the devices it is targeting. The date 07/18/1968 is symbolic - Intel was founded that day.

So, either you install your Chipset drivers via .exe or via Windows Update, but do not mix the two. Follow this process to fix your mistake :

- Uninstall your current Intel Chipset Drivers package if you have any installed (via Start > Settings > Apps) then restart your PC
- Launch Driver Store Explorer (Right click on "Rapr.exe" > Run as administrator) > Check the boxes of all versions of drivers which .inf ending with system in the System device category (if you find them)
- Check the box "Force Deletion" then click on the "Delete Driver" button then restart your PC
- Install the latest Intel Chipset Drivers package from the first post of this thread


Once done you should end up (in your case, Z370 + i7-8700K, like me) with these 3 drivers in Driver Store Explorer :

coffeelakesystem.inf : 10.1.14.8 WHQL [18/07/1968]
skylakesystem.inf : 10.1.7.4 WHQL [18/07/1968]
kabylakepch-hsystem.inf : 10.1.11.4 WHQL [18/07/1968]


Note : Be aware that the automatic selection of old unused drivers in Driver Store Explorer does not apply to the Storage controllers drivers & System devices drivers for safety reasons (to avoid any situation where a system start is no longer possible), so for these drivers categories the removal of old unused drivers must be done manually.

MoKiChU wrote:
Follow this process to fix your mistake :

- Uninstall your current Intel Chipset Drivers package if you have any installed (via Start > Settings > Apps) then restart your PC
- Launch Driver Store Explorer (Right click on "Rapr.exe" > Run as administrator) > Check the boxes of all versions of drivers which .inf ending with system in the System device category (if you find them)
- Check the box "Force Deletion" then click on the "Delete Driver" button then restart your PC
- Install the latest Intel Chipset Drivers package from the first post of this thread


Once done you should end up (in your case, Z370 + i7-8700K, like me) with these 3 drivers in Driver Store Explorer :

coffeelakesystem.inf : 10.1.14.8 WHQL [18/07/1968]
skylakesystem.inf : 10.1.7.4 WHQL [18/07/1968]
kabylakepch-hsystem.inf : 10.1.11.4 WHQL [18/07/1968]


Note : Be aware that the automatic selection of old unused drivers in Driver Store Explorer does not apply to the Storage controllers drivers & System devices drivers for safety reasons (to avoid any situation where a system start is no longer possible), so for these drivers categories the removal of old unused drivers must be done manually.


Thank you MoKiChU for taking the time to explain this (again) and for providing the steps to correct the mistake I made earlier. I followed your instructions exactly and now Driver Store Explorer shows the 3 driver versions you specified, all with the date 18/07/1968. In my case, I am not sure if the drivers I had before were the result of a Windows update. I use CCCleaner on occassion. I know the program has trust issues but I have found that it does a pretty good job of updating drivers. I think it may have installed drivers that in this case were not the same versions that your link provides.