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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
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    Yes, you can.



    Do not confuse Intel MEI (Management Engine Interface) drivers that you can find on this thread and Intel ME (Management Engine) firmware that you can find here : https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...170-Z270-Z370).

    Intel ME firmware can be updated with the BIOS update or manually.

    But anyway, you do not need to do Intel ME firmware update manually, the BIOS 1704 that you currently have already contains the Intel ME firmware 11.8.55.3510 (the latest).
    Ok so I SHOULD do the drivers then? Where do I check my version? Installed programs or device manager? Thanks for the help

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    You can see it here : Device Manager > System devices > Intel(R) Management Engine Interface

    /!\ If you are upgrading from a Drivers & Software version to a Drivers Only version /!\
    Uninstall your current Drivers & Software version (Start > Settings > Apps) before installing a Drivers Only version
    Ok this is what I see. So I simply delete the "management engine components" and manually delete the driver from device manager? Or can I click update driver?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi,



    Yes, you can.



    Do not confuse Intel MEI (Management Engine Interface) drivers that you can find on this thread and Intel ME (Management Engine) firmware that you can find here : https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...170-Z270-Z370).

    Intel ME firmware can be updated with the BIOS update or manually.

    But anyway, you do not need to do Intel ME firmware update manually, the BIOS 1704 that you currently have already contains the Intel ME firmware 11.8.55.3510 (the latest).
    I have the Z370 Wi-Fi edition. Is my bios ok as well and it comprehends the Intel ME Firmware?
    What is this Intel ME Firmware, and why is it possible to flash separately??


    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    You can see it here : Device Manager > System devices > Intel(R) Management Engine Interface

    /!\ If you are upgrading from a Drivers & Software version to a Drivers Only version /!\
    Uninstall your current Drivers & Software version (Start > Settings > Apps) before installing a Drivers Only version
    I was assuming that if with a Drivers version, as in the Settings > Apps I was not seeing nothing, I was ok in installing directly the new one on top without removing nothing.
    Am I mistaken something?

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    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

    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piratino View Post
    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?

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    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

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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 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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    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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