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MoKiChU wrote:
Hi,



Normally the Intel ME firmware is provided/flashed with the BIOS. Being able to manually flash the Intel ME firmware is especially interesting for people who have a motherboard whose BIOS is no longer updated.

Ah ok, so for the moment I think I'm ok 🙂

MoKiChU wrote:

You just have to uninstall your current Drivers & Software version (Start > Settings > Apps) if you find them before installing a Drivers Only version by following the process indicated on the thread.

Concretely even if it is not done, it has no technical impact, it is just to avoid seeing a version of drivers displayed in Start > Settings > App older than the version displayed in the Device Manager which is installed/used.

Anyway, the last installed drivers is used. If you want to delete old ones, you can do it from Start > Settings > App & from Driver Store Explorer app (look @ TIPS at the bottom of this thread)

Well, from Start > Settings > App I don't have nothing. I have installed your drivers directly as first drivers in this Windows 10 release (I had to format/install all over again) and the only one installed were the default Windows 10 drivers. Regarding related software, I haven't found nothing in the Start > Settings > App list.

Was I supposed to go in Device Manager and Uninstall all the drivers before installing yours here??
I didn't, as I haven't found nothing installed as apps and only found out that they were only installed as simple drivers.

Thank you.

piratino wrote:
Ah ok, so for the moment I think I'm ok 🙂


Well, from Start > Settings > App I don't have nothing. I have installed your drivers directly as first drivers in this Windows 10 release (I had to format/install all over again) and the only one installed were the default Windows 10 drivers. Regarding related software, I haven't found nothing in the Start > Settings > App list.

Was I supposed to go in Device Manager and Uninstall all the drivers before installing yours here??
I didn't, as I haven't found nothing installed as apps and only found out that they were only installed as simple drivers.

Thank you.

That was my question too. I get uninstalling from the apps menu, If it did have such an entry. But did I need to manually delete the entry in device manager too?

Is there a chance the chipset drivers can make my overclock unstable? I'm hesitant after just getting it right....or is it not smart to do that? Also, why don't I see these on the Asus page for my board? Or is that just due to them being slow? Thanks

Anvil008
Level 7
Hi, I've always manually looked up these drivers, without heading to ASUS forums, is finding the new update for drivers/softwares from ASUS forums the best way to go now, since ASUS doesn't seem to update their driver pages?

Looking for the new softwares too such as the RAMCache III and quite tricky to know whether they work in older mobos such as CODE IX.

MoKiChU
Level 40

Hi,

I have updated them with the downloads but I have a doubt, like for example chipset driver, why release notes says driver version 10.1.14 for 8th gen core, and 10.1.16.6 for 300 series chipset, but none of them are reflected on my device manager? and instead I see the driver it's mentioned on the first post?

Maybe it's a noob question, but I really don't understand Intel drivers as they use different versions, different signed dates on their drivers... it's confusing

Thanks!
ASUS Products: Maximus X Formula - RT-AC87U/AC88U

MoKiChU wrote:
Intel® 300 series chipset family :
----- 10.1.16 (For all Intel® 300 series chipset family except Intel® Z370 chipset) : Visible on the device Intel(R) 300 Series Chipset Family LPC Controller (Z390) [Drivers : 10.1.16.6]
----- 10.1.11 (For all Intel® 200 series chipset family & Intel® Z370 chipset) : Visible on the device Intel(R) 300 Series Chipset Family LPC Controller (Z370) [Drivers : 10.1.11.3]

8th Generation Intel® Core™ processor family - 10.1.14 : Visible on the device Intel(R) Host Bridge/DRAM Registers [Drivers : 10.1.14.4]

Thread updated for clarity.



Yes, of course.


Trying now! thanks! I hope one day some new way Asus make to be on top on updates like these! , well all manufactures should be on top of these
Learn, Play Enjoy!

MoKiChU wrote:
Intel® 300 series chipset family :
----- 10.1.16 (For all Intel® 300 series chipset family except Intel® Z370 chipset) : Visible on the device Intel(R) 300 Series Chipset Family LPC Controller (Z390) [Drivers : 10.1.16.6]
----- 10.1.11 (For all Intel® 200 series chipset family & Intel® Z370 chipset) : Visible on the device Intel(R) 300 Series Chipset Family LPC Controller (Z370) [Drivers : 10.1.11.3]

8th Generation Intel® Core™ processor family - 10.1.14 : Visible on the device Intel(R) Host Bridge/DRAM Registers [Drivers : 10.1.14.4]

Thread updated for clarity.


Many thanks, now it makes it clear! 🙂
ASUS Products: Maximus X Formula - RT-AC87U/AC88U