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    i tried some of these drivers for my asus x hero z 370 and chipset is a no no constant black screen and bleeping sounds had to hard re boot
    so im not trying any more these drivers . back to original asus ones

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    Quote Originally Posted by bass junkie xl View Post
    i tried some of these drivers for my asus x hero z 370 and chipset is a no no constant black screen and bleeping sounds had to hard re boot
    so im not trying any more these drivers . back to original asus ones
    Damn...that was a fear of mine. I wonder why Asus hasn't listed them yet. Not fully validated compatibility?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bass junkie xl View Post
    original asus ones
    Quote Originally Posted by Guitarmageddon888 View Post
    Damn...that was a fear of mine. I wonder why Asus hasn't listed them yet. Not fully validated compatibility?
    There is no "original ASUS" driver, ASUS does not create any Chipset Drivers, it's Intel.

    If these Intel Chipset Drivers are not available on the ASUS support page of your motherboard, that's normal, they were released yesterday at Intel, and ASUS takes a lot of time before validating the drivers to display them on the support page of products (look at the discrepancy between when NVIDIA releases drivers and when ASUS validates these drivers by displaying them on the graphics card support pages).

    But I respect your choice to wait for the drivers to be available on the support page of your products.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Just uninstall your current Intel Management Engine Components from here : Start button > Settings > Apps

    After doing this, install the Intel MEI drivers by following the process indicated on the thread :

    --------Install/Update process : Right click on "heci.inf" > Install
    ---------------------------------------------Wait for the message "The operation completed successfully" or for restart request
    Im doing this now..i dont get it. The inf file opens a text document. Did I not do something right? i just uninstalled the MEI stuff from apps, then I extracted the driver, which contained a folder named x64, as well as a file names heci and another inf file names heci. I click in and its a text file.... what am I missing?

    EDIT: nevermind nevermind Im an idiot. I just didnt extract it right. I feel like files dont extract "at once" like they used to in windows, maybe its just me. Anyway, where can I confirm that I have both the MEI and chipset as these newest versions. Device manager? Just wanted to make sure. thanks
    Last edited by Guitarmageddon888; 12-13-2018 at 11:43 PM.

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array MoKiChU PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guitarmageddon888 View Post
    EDIT: nevermind nevermind Im an idiot. I just didnt extract it right. I feel like files dont extract "at once" like they used to in windows, maybe its just me. Anyway, where can I confirm that I have both the MEI and chipset as these newest versions. Device manager? Just wanted to make sure. thanks
    MEI : You can see it here : Device Manager > System devices > Intel(R) Management Engine Interface
    CHIPSET : You can see it here : Start > Settings > Apps

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    Thank you for the post and help. Nice post.

    I'm going to do a fresh install with October Update.

    The process to install the drivers in the post should be easy. But Windows won't update the drivers itself? (Windows now overwrite my drivers).

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array MoKiChU PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by menko2 View Post
    Thank you for the post and help. Nice post.

    I'm going to do a fresh install with October Update.

    The process to install the drivers in the post should be easy. But Windows won't update the drivers itself? (Windows now overwrite my drivers).
    Hi,

    You will always find newer drivers here than those provided via Windows Update.

    Windows will always use the latest drivers in your Windows DriverStore, unless the drivers download via Windows Update started before installing the drivers from this thread, in this case, let the installation of the drivers downloaded via Windows Update end, then install the drivers of this thread, and remove the drivers downloaded via Windows Update with Driver Store Explorer (Free/Open-Source) : https://github.com/lostindark/Driver...eleases/latest (Right click on "Rapr.exe" > Run as administrator).

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    Done. Thank you very much for the post.

    I only have one issue with Intel Graphic driver. It says my computer does not have the requirements to install it. And I have a Z370-E with a 8700K.

    Any idea what it could be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by menko2 View Post
    Done. Thank you very much for the post.

    I only have one issue with Intel Graphic driver. It says my computer does not have the requirements to install it. And I have a Z370-E with a 8700K.

    Any idea what it could be?
    Try downloading and installing the Intel Chipset Installation Utility.
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    In my case it worked like this:

    Install the intel driver from Asus website.
    After shut down the PC. Plug the HDMI from Intel vga instead of Nvidia card and installed ok.

    People ask why I want Intel vga with the rtx 2080 but if this one fails I have the other one in case of emergency.

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