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Intel® Graphics Driver v15.40.45.5126 [4-5th Gen]

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2 months 1 week ago #2722 by grimson
Intel's Mitigation For CVE-2019-14615 Graphics Vulnerability Obliterates Gen7 iGPU Performance
www.reddit.com/r/sysadmin/comments/ept7i...e201914615_graphics/

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2 months 1 week ago #2723 by Blackra1n

hurakura wrote: glad everything is ok for you, but on my system there were issues with these drivers. rolled back to 5603

and looking at intel site, only change is security updates

downloadcenter.intel.com/download/29313/...r-for-Windows-15-40-


These driver updates for 3gen, 4gen and 5gen gen come after a year.. so at least they should be enough tested -> stable.
Are you running the latest version of Win 10 (1909)? Also try to install latest chipset drivers v10.1.18243.8188 (powershell, admin rights, run setup.exe with "-overall" at the end of command line). If you have + display card like nvidia or amd, update these drivers too.

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2 months 1 week ago - 2 months 1 week ago #2725 by SM-003

Blackra1n wrote:
...try to install latest chipset drivers v10.1.18243.8188 (powershell, admin rights, run setup.exe with "-overall" at the end of command line).....


would you like to explain the process fully? the latest version of intel inf chipset isn't for old gen CPU and only have the supporting inf files for 6th gen i.e skylake & up. Hence, those newer versions of chipset driver aren't able to instal on the older-gen system via the setup.exe.

that's why I'm asking about the procedure after seeing your comment here. if you've any how-to article or video link, kindly share here.
Last edit: 2 months 1 week ago by SM-003.

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2 months 1 week ago #2726 by Blackra1n

SM-003 wrote: would you like to explain the process fully? the latest version of intel inf chipset isn't for old gen CPU and only have the supporting inf files for 6th gen i.e skylake & up. Hence, those newer versions of chipset driver aren't able to instal on the older-gen system via the setup.exe.

that's why I'm asking about the procedure after seeing your comment here. if you've any how-to article or video link, kindly share here.



You have right about Haswell (4gen) but Skylake and onwards are still supported.
For 4gen and older, use v10.1.1.45 drivers.
10.1.1.45

There is no need for video, the procedure is quite simple:
extract the archive, right click on start button, choose Windows Powershell (Admin), navigate to the extracted folder or copy the address and paste in powershell like this:

cd C:\Chipset_Win10_64_10.1.1.45

If you do it right, you will be in working folder and Powershell output should look like this:

PS C:\Chipset_Win10_64_10.1.1.45>

then simply run the setup within the folder in powershell adding -overall argument at the end. (Overwrites all drivers)

.\SetupChipset.exe -overall

Setup should then pop up.

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2 months 1 week ago - 2 months 1 week ago #2727 by pal1000
The latest chipset driver supporting Intel core 3rd and 4th generations is 10.1.18010.8141 .
Support was dropped in 10.1.18015.8142 .
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2 months 1 week ago #2731 by SM-003

pal1000 wrote: The latest chipset driver supporting Intel core 3rd and 4th generations is 10.1.18010.8141 .
Support was dropped in 10.1.18015.8142 .

Yes, that's the truth.

Intel INF 10.1.18010.8141 Dated 24th April 2019 was the last version that I've kept for using in my systems with 2nd 3rd 4th & 5th Gen iCPU

And Intel INF 10.1.18243.8188 Dated 13th Dec 2019 is for 6th Gen+ systems
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