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Intel Management Engine Interface (MEI) Version 2033.15.0.1783 WHQL

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1 month 5 days ago - 1 month 5 days ago #3935 by OgUrecheK89

Tom wrote: And yes, on my notebook it's used

Please show the device manager with an outdated driver installed (DAL-WC) and an active HECI driver.

I don't believe this driver is used.

This driver is also not in Install_MESW (Install_MESW_vPro).
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1 month 4 days ago #3939 by Tom
My previous post showed the picture of the DAL installed in my notebook, And again, DAL-WC is discontinued and now DAL
DAL-WC was for HardwareID "SWC\DBA4D603-D7ED-4931-8823-17AD585705D5"

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1 month 4 days ago - 1 month 4 days ago #3941 by OgUrecheK89

OgUrecheK89 wrote:

SM-003 wrote: DAL_WC.inf = 03/20 / 2017,9999.99.0.0?? Is that version info correct?

At the moment this driver is not used but declared in the "HECI.inf".

Tom wrote: Your package contains an older driver:

Installation INF for the Intel(R) Dynamic Application Loader Host Interface
DriverVer=03/20/2017, 9999.99.0.0
And yes, on my notebook it's used


Why then write that this driver is used if it is not true!
Now I clearly understand that You have misinterpreted your thought!

Tom wrote: DAL-WC is discontinued and now DAL
DAL-WC was for HardwareID "SWC\DBA4D603-D7ED-4931-8823-17AD585705D5"

I know this very well and that is why I wrote the following:

OgUrecheK89 wrote: At the moment this driver is not used but declared in the "HECI.inf".


The conversation with You is over!
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1 month 4 days ago #3943 by Tom
I have to apologize, I was not aware that you have bad luck with thinking.
Let me explain you something, then you maybe get the point

OgUrecheK89 wrote: At the moment this driver is not used...

Wrong, there is nothing at the moment, the driver is outdated (you are right) and will never be used and /or updated again by Intel.
So the correct statement from you should have been, "It was previously used for notebooks from HP and Dell, but is now obsolete." (which btw. my contact at Intel confirmed).

OgUrecheK89 wrote: this driver is not used but declared in the "HECI.inf".

Again wrong: the DAL component is declared in the "HECI.inf" not the driver and for sure not the DAL-WC component.
Your post is misleading, you bundle an outdated driver because you think, maybe useful in the future and you don't want to admit that you made a mistake.
No need to answer, I agree, the conversation is over.

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1 month 4 days ago - 1 month 4 days ago #3944 by OgUrecheK89

Tom wrote: I was not aware that you have bad luck with thinking.

I have everything in order, You yourself wrote that you use this driver!
And you don't need to insult anyone here, you are nobody and you don't have the right to do that!
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1 month 4 days ago - 1 month 4 days ago #3945 by Tom
Read again, I wrote

Tom wrote: And yes, on my notebook it's used

and attached a screenshot. You didn't bother to check it and then you would have realized that I referred to the DAL driver 1.37.2020.426. If you don't bother to check this, then its not my problem.
Beside you started by attacking me with

OgUrecheK89 wrote: The conversation with You is over!

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You are not in the position to tell me when a conversation is over,
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