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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    This explains why you had your "Unknown error" when you tried to update with the latest Intel Chipset Drivers package : Your existing install of Intel Chipset Drivers was corrupted (software issue, not drivers issue).



    There should be a pre-filled path, could you copy it pasted here ? This will allow us to identify the version that caused your issue.
    C:\ProgramData\Package Cache\{44C34709-F068-4CBC-8A71-515EDBC3B2A6}v10.1.18383.8213\
    It shows I have the latest version installed already, but wont allow it to be uninstalled (Win update installed these automatically).
    Anyway, there is no chipset drivers under Device Manager...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Yes, but not properly installed (only software badly installed and no chipset drivers installed), hence the error during the uninstall.

    We will try to repair your Intel Chispet Drivers install in order to properly uninstall and reinstall your Intel Chispet Drivers (like explained here) :

    - Download/Extract this (this is the folder you are missing) : Link
    - Open a Explorer window then past this in the address bar : C:\ProgramData\Package Cache
    - Copy/Past in the extracted folder ({44C34709-F068-4CBC-8A71-515EDBC3B2A6}v10.1.18383.8213 folder with SetupChipsetx64.msi & media1.cab in)
    - Uninstall your current Intel Chipset Drivers package (via Start > Settings > Apps) then restart your PC
    - Install the latest Intel Chipset Drivers package



    You can see the version of the package in your installed apps (Windows Settings > Apps).

    If you want see the drivers versions, the easiest and fastest way is to use Driver Store Explorer (because the devices are different according to the motherboards) by looking in System devices at the Intel .inf ending with system and which have the field of the last column Device Name filled.

    Note (from Intel) : Intel(R) Chipset Device Software uses an unusual date for the devices it is targeting. The date 07/18/1968 is symbolic - Intel was founded that day. The reason this date is used is to lower the rank of Intel(R) Chipset Device Software. This is necessary because it's a supporting utility that should not overwrite any other drivers.
    I copy-pasted the folder with included files, it says: SetupChipsetx64.msi is not valid installation package for the product Intel Chipset Device Software.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Sorry, I'm out of idea, the installation of your Intel Chipset Drivers probably had to be done at the same time as the installation via Windows Update which probably generated a conflict.
    I guess that caused it indeed, anyway, thanks a lot!

    Unless this thing could cause some problems or conflicts during everyday usage of my pc, Il keep it as it is for now.

    I guess Windows Recovery would do the trick?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    No you fear nothing at all, the Intel Chipset Drivers are called drivers but they are not really drivers, they have nothing functional/active, they just serve to recognize the product names in Device Manager, to identify all the pieces of the chipset.



    Nevertheless I understand your frustration and your desire to clean it up, so indeed a Windows Recovery could fix your issue, but the most effective would be a clean install.
    I fully cleaned up leftovers from registry and managed to install chipset drivers.

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    I'm kind of at a loss. I'm using Driver Store Explorer, but none of the INTEL entries have the word "chipset" in any of them, so I'm not sure which chipset driver version is currently on my system. Either way, which is the most updated chipset driver for my Asus Rampage VI Extreme Omega motherboard from your list?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sehlat View Post
    I'm kind of at a loss. I'm using Driver Store Explorer, but none of the INTEL entries have the word "chipset" in any of them, so I'm not sure which chipset driver version is currently on my system.
    Hi,

    You can see the version of the Intel Chipset Drivers package in your installed apps (Windows Settings > Apps).

    If you want see the drivers versions, the easiest and fastest way is to use Driver Store Explorer (because the devices are different according to the motherboards) by looking in System devices at the Intel .inf ending with system (and not chipset) and which have the field of the last column Device Name filled.

    Note (from Intel) : Intel(R) Chipset Device Software uses an unusual date for the devices it is targeting. The date 07/18/1968 is symbolic - Intel was founded that day. The reason this date is used is to lower the rank of Intel(R) Chipset Device Software. This is necessary because it's a supporting utility that should not overwrite any other drivers.

    Quote Originally Posted by sehlat View Post
    Either way, which is the most updated chipset driver for my Asus Rampage VI Extreme Omega motherboard from your list?
    You need this one :

    - Intel Chipset Drivers (Drivers Only Package) :
    Package - X299 : 10.1.18295.8201 WHQL [03/02/2020]
    Download - X299 : Link
    Last edited by MoKiChU; 07-12-2020 at 06:08 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi everyone,

    - Intel Chipset Drivers (Drivers Only Package) :
    Package - X299 : 10.1.18435.8224 WHQL [22/06/2020]
    Download - X299 : Link


    Thread updated.

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    Hi MoKiChU,

    I appreciate your work you have done here!

    I have this little problem with my clean 2004 install. Did all these drivers upgrade month ago. And now with previous version of LMS and now with this new version of LMS.

    Something has gone wrong with LMS Service. Didn't find any clue in inf-file or Windows registry or trying fix that path where service executable is.

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    Also tried this as Administrator:

    sc config LMS binpath="c:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepos itory\lms.inf_amd64_9c1ec18c04feca8d\LMS.exe"

    Always can't find the executable when trying to start the service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoreBone View Post
    Hi MoKiChU,

    I appreciate your work you have done here!

    I have this little problem with my clean 2004 install. Did all these drivers upgrade month ago. And now with previous version of LMS and now with this new version of LMS.

    Something has gone wrong with LMS Service. Didn't find any clue in inf-file or Windows registry or trying fix that path where service executable is.
    Hi,

    If you don't install the Intel MEI SWC drivers (DAL, ICLS & LMS) fast enough, Windows Update will do it for you with older versions than the ones I provided because the install order of these SWC drivers is initied by Intel MEI drivers itself. Maybe there was a conflict when Windows Update tried to update them probably at the same time as you.

    In order to avoid this scenario, and in order to simplify and speed up the update process, I scripted the install of the 4 drivers (MEI + 3 SWC) then automatic restart when install is done so as not to give Windows Update time to download/install them and generate a conflict. So :

    - If you had Intel Management Engine Components in your apps installed : Uninstall it (Start > Settings > Apps) then restart your PC
    - Launch Driver Store Explorer > Check the boxes of all versions of these drivers .inf (if you find them) : heci.inf | dal.inf | dal_wc.inf | iclsclient.inf | lms.inf
    - Check the box "Force Deletion" then click on the "Delete Driver" button then restart your PC
    - Redownload the Intel MEI drivers package from the first post of this thread
    - Follow the new Install/Update Process

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    Thank you,

    It was only leftover from primary drivers site Intel Management Engine Interface driver package.

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