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diogogmaio
11-01-2015, 03:58 PM
I am getting problems after installing windows 10 x64 INTEL stuff from asus download page.
Can someone provide (working and stable) drivers for this elements:

INTEL CHIPSET INF
RAPID STORE TECHNOLOGY
INTEL MANAGEMENT ENGINE COMPONENTS

Thanks in advance.

Gps3dx
11-01-2015, 04:16 PM
Hi m8,
Please take a look at this centralized driver post from a sticky thread (https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?76993-Guide-How-to-install-windows-8-8-1-10-The-proper-way-(UEFI-based-installation)&p=538713&viewfull=1#post538713): ROG LAPTOPS: COMPLETE DRIVER LIST ! (https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?p=538713#post538713)
note that Whatever driver you install on win 8.1/10, please "run as administrator".

also, on windows 10, while installing 3rd party driver it is best for disable any internet connect ( wifi ethernet etc ) then perform the installation -> reboot -> only then restore internet connectivity.

P.S - Please note that the search button exist for a reason.

diogogmaio
11-01-2015, 04:20 PM
Yep. I already know that thread problem is that the latest drivers I USED were from THERE. :S so the problem is that. I know what is search button mate.

kingjezdi
11-03-2015, 01:48 PM
hey ; )

inf latest : 10.1.1.12 with WHQL
link:https://mega.nz/#!5ZUwDD4C!VTmcacLjH_qtlCDEGkWADyb_OwvEmPUCGgawb5b m-PU

Irst latest 14.7.0.1000 WHQL
link: https://mega.nz/#!9UESxRbL!oBrNs1xOsg3N76JcCPVyR5bXLjme-lniTwKeRt_61yo

u need intel management.....co ure device manager?

have fun & GL ;)


btw. this is a forum for questions & answers and not "just for fun google" ; ) !

diogogmaio
11-03-2015, 04:20 PM
BTW considering that those are legitimate questions about 3 elements that causes many bugs on the g751jy this is "question & answers" type

kingjezdi
11-03-2015, 10:22 PM
install success ???

diogogmaio
11-04-2015, 04:56 PM
None. I can install the inf through device manager. but the software itself keeps crashing. I can't even unninstall first older versions :S i think I will need to format but I am afraid that even that doesn't help the situation.

I will format and install these two drivers. Do you agree it is the best suggestion? It will be the first two I will install.

joro_abv
11-05-2015, 07:37 AM
I use the latest of these from station drivers and they all work ok in Win10. One thing is I always put the series 9 INF driver and then then the latest 10 on top of it (there are instructions on the forum how this is done).
Also note that not all RST drivers work with all MEI drivers. The currently working combination on my Win 10 is :
INF 10.1.2.8
RST 14.7.0.1000
MEI 11.0.0.1159 - 1.5Mb
There is newer MEI, but it doesn't want to install with this RST version. I run these maybe a week or two already on a Win10 upgraded from a vanilla Win 8.1 - all nice and smooth.

kingjezdi
11-05-2015, 08:52 AM
hey,

but the irst driver installed succesfull??!
thats inf what i linked to you...is the software...try with the extracted INF files...
first extract it to Desktop then try install through device manager, again.

Intel Chipset Device INF files v10.1.1.13 WHQL dated 10/28/2015 - already extracted.
link: https://mega.nz/#!lddgDZYY!Qyw3e_dIRLIooMqx-eBqhLKnBxHpp6jGAVkhAvq-jms

diogogmaio
11-05-2015, 09:58 AM
I use the latest of these from station drivers and they all work ok in Win10. One thing is I always put the series 9 INF driver and then then the latest 10 on top of it (there are instructions on the forum how this is done).
Also note that not all RST drivers work with all MEI drivers. The currently working combination on my Win 10 is :
INF 10.1.2.8
RST 14.7.0.1000
MEI 11.0.0.1159 - 1.5Mb
There is newer MEI, but it doesn't want to install with this RST version. I run these maybe a week or two already on a Win10 upgraded from a vanilla Win 8.1 - all nice and smooth.

Interesting. I didn't know any of it. About the combinations...but i will need links and order to install because i will clean install windows 10 and these will be the first driver to install. I didn't understand the INF method you told about. Please explain.
@kingjezdi - should I try the combinations above? or that inf extracted?

kingjezdi
11-05-2015, 11:46 AM
u didnt told me if irst, succesful installed???!

yea try that inf extracted...over device manager !

if nothing help, then we can try install it with teamviewer no problem, when u want !

btw. this site www.win-raid.com is up to date for chipset, irst, intel mangement engine etc.

link for irst:
http://www.win-raid.com/t2f23-Intel-RST-RSTe-Drivers-newest-v-WHQL-v-WHQL.html

link for chipset:
http://www.win-raid.com/t895f42-Intel-Chipset-Device-quot-Drivers-quot-INF-files.html

link for Intel Management Engine:
http://www.win-raid.com/t596f39-Intel-Management-Engine-Drivers-Firmware-amp-System-Tools.html

joro_abv
11-05-2015, 07:38 PM
Interesting. I didn't know any of it. About the combinations...but i will need links and order to install because i will clean install windows 10 and these will be the first driver to install. I didn't understand the INF method you told about. Please explain.
@kingjezdi - should I try the combinations above? or that inf extracted?
I d like this INF,RST,MEI. Site is http://www.station-drivers.com. INF instructions are (some guy posted here in the forums) :

Asus stopped updating their Intel INFUpdate support area, so go directly to Intel to get the latest - currently 10.0.24
https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Sea...816&ProdId=816

I recommend installing the latest 9.x.x.x INF package first, then follow up with the latest 10.x.x - some new laptops may make use of something from the 10.x.x series.

The latest inf files for the HM87 chipset in the G750/G751 is the 9.4.0.1026 version. I have 9.4.1023 showing for most devices from the 1026 installer, but also show 10.0.24 as the current version installed, so I did an OVERWRITE install of 1026 and then installed 10.0.24.

You can first install the 9.4.0.1026 version, I got mine from outside Intel - Lenovo, HP, DELL, etc have it (google), but you use different command line options for the 9.x installer.

http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/downloads/ds040289

https://www.google.com/search?q=hm87...utf-8&oe=utf-8

After unpacking the vendor installer, run from an Administrator cmd window:

Setup.exe -OVERIDE -OVERALL -OVERWRITE

Then after rebooting, do the 10.0.24 install as follows.

To make sure everything that can be installed does get installed, the latest version from the new download, use the SetupChipset.exe and start as Adminstrator a CMD shell Window, cd to the directory with the SetupChipset.exe, and run with this command line:

SetupChipset.exe -overall <== Will overwrite existing drivers with new ones as applicable, for 10.x.x drivers and above.

AQUASTEVAE
11-06-2015, 04:03 AM
and once all of this is installed, what exact and specific benefit have you found on your system??? this sounds like a lot of work, so i would love to know ahead of time what exactly it did for you, that it was worth the fuss? the reason i ask, is that i am running the 10.1.1.12 with WHQL drivers for the chipset and 14.7 drivers for the irst, also 11.0.0.1172 driver for the mei. so i would like to know exactly what performance my system is lacking? thanks.

joro_abv
11-06-2015, 08:21 AM
Hm, I like to feel up to date :-).
INF - To be honest, once the INF tool covers your hardware, there is no real need to update it unless you add some new stuff
to your machine ... still ... I always put the latest on re-installs.
RST - Defintely imporves disk performance on my machine, no matter what people say. I always put the latest when it comes out as you never know - sometimes
it might just add support for new hardware, but sometimes there are important bug fixes and improvements, as any other soft.
MEI - MEI is somewhat of an extra, I belive, that allows some tasks to be performed when the machine sleeps, basically I put whatever runs with the RST
I want to use currently.

AQUASTEVAE
11-06-2015, 04:55 PM
yeah, i can understand that. was just wondering. i definitely try to keep my irst up to date, and here and there my chipset also. but have rarely messed with the mei. so that was why i was wondering. i did go ahead and do it anyway, because like you said, you never know.