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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi,

    No, as long as you don't have any issue, you don't have to follow the process above to avoid ZoneID blocking trouble, unitarily or completely (except for convenience so as not to have to face ZoneID trouble).



    You can, of course, still use the Explorer method :

    - Windows 10 : Right click > Install > Wait for the message "The operation completed successfully" or for restart request.
    - Windows 11 : Right click > Show more options > Install > Wait for the message "The operation completed successfully" or for restart request.
    Amazing!
    Thanks as always for everything. I use all your drivers and they are just great!!
    Ciao!

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    @MoKiChU Driver Updates

    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi everyone,

    - Intel MEI Drivers (Drivers Only) :
    Drivers : 2131.1.4.0 WHQL [27/07/2021]



    Download : Link


    Thread updated.

    As always Thank you @MoKiChU. You are appreciated. STAY WELL!

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    Hi MoKIChU . I have a question regarding driver store explorer.

    There is a {null} section on the top of the list, which i've just recently noticed after i upgraded to windows 11. Is it safe to remove those .inf files? Thanks in advance.
    Miniatura de Adjuntos Miniatura de Adjuntos drvrstrexplorer.jpg  

    Last edited by howxcore; 11-13-2021 at 04:41 AM. Reason: Forgot something

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    Quote Originally Posted by howxcore View Post
    Hi MoKIChU . I have a question regarding driver store explorer.

    There is a {null} section on the top of the list, which i've just recently noticed after i upgraded to windows 11.
    Hi,

    This {null} section is not due to your upgrade to Windows 11, but it is because you have chosen the sort method by Device Name (while the default sort method is by Driver Class).

    Quote Originally Posted by howxcore View Post
    Is it safe to remove those .inf files? Thanks in advance.
    Note that some drivers, despite being used by your system, will never have the Device Name field filled in (like Extensions drivers for example), or the Device Name will have field filled in only if the device is present and connected, so do not rely on this to know if your drivers are useful for your system or not. So generally speaking, don't remove any drivers manually unless you know exactly what you're doing.

    The only safe action that you can take on a regular basis is the action of remove the automatic selection of old unused drivers (Click on the Select Old Driver(s) button > Check the box Force Deletion then click on the Delete Driver(s) button > Restart your PC), but be aware that this automatic method does not apply it to the Storage controllers drivers & System devices drivers for safety reasons (to avoid any situation where a system start is no longer possible), so for these drivers categories the removal of old unused drivers must be done manually (again, only if you know exactly what you are doing).


    So concretely, concerning your Driver Store Explorer screenshot, you can delete lms driver (which is no longer used by Intel MEI drivers as I have explained several times) and the prnms... drivers (which are generic printers system built-in drivers which will be redownloaded automatically later by Windows Update if you use a printer that does not use its own drivers, which is rarely the case). The ialpss2... drivers are part of your Intel Serial IO drivers package (GPIO, I2C, SPI & UART), which your system uses only the GPIO module driver obviously, so if you are sure that you have not disabled the other Intel Serial IO modules devices in your Device Manager, you can remove the I2C, SPI & UART unused modules drivers (but there is no "need" to remove them, it's just to be into your logic to have a DriverStore containing only drivers used by your system which I understand perfectly).

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi,

    This {null} section is not due to your upgrade to Windows 11, but it is because you have chosen the sort method by Device Name (while the default sort method is by Driver Class).



    Note that some drivers, despite being used by your system, will never have the Device Name field filled in (like Extensions drivers for example), or the Device Name will have field filled in only if the device is present and connected, so do not rely on this to know if your drivers are useful for your system or not. So generally speaking, don't remove any drivers manually unless you know exactly what you're doing.

    The only safe action that you can take on a regular basis is the action of remove the automatic selection of old unused drivers (Click on the Select Old Driver(s) button > Check the box Force Deletion then click on the Delete Driver(s) button > Restart your PC), but be aware that this automatic method does not apply it to the Storage controllers drivers & System devices drivers for safety reasons (to avoid any situation where a system start is no longer possible), so for these drivers categories the removal of old unused drivers must be done manually (again, only if you know exactly what you are doing).


    So concretely, concerning your Driver Store Explorer screenshot, you can delete lms driver (which is no longer used by Intel MEI drivers as I have explained several times) and the prnms... drivers (which are generic printers system built-in drivers which will be redownloaded automatically later by Windows Update if you use a printer that does not use its own drivers, which is rarely the case). The ialpss2... drivers are part of your Intel Serial IO drivers package (GPIO, I2C, SPI & UART), which your system uses only the GPIO module driver obviously, so if you are sure that you have not disabled the other Intel Serial IO modules devices in your Device Manager, you can remove the I2C, SPI & UART unused modules drivers (but there is no "need" to remove them, it's just to be into your logic to have a DriverStore containing only drivers used by your system which I understand perfectly).
    Understood! Huge thanks.

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    Thank you @MoKiChU

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    Hey mokichu, I don't understand if I need intel DAL/ICLS/LMS (now WMI).

    DAL looks like it's something about run java code, LMS and WMI probably for remote management. About ICLS instead I didn't find anything. What do I lose by only installing heci.inf?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi,

    Already answered many times : If you don't install the imposed DAL, ICLS & WMI SWC drivers, Windows Update will install them for you with older versions because the install order of these SWC drivers is initied/imposed by Intel MEI driver itself.
    Yes I knew about this, but if I do "rollback driver" after these older versions get installed then windows update won't download them again. At least on windows 11 dev build.

    Is there any downside?

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    Yeah, not intended by Intel but I'm confident I can disable DAL and WMI for what they are supposed to do.

    Really confused about iCLS. When installed there's a "TPM provisioning service" running for a few seconds when you enter the operating system, but if I don't have iCLS my tpm 2.0 works anyways. Is there any documentation about it?

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    Rog maximus xi hero (wi-fi) z390

    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi everyone,

    - Intel Chipset Drivers :
    Package : 10.1.18838.8284 WHQL [30/07/2021]
    Download : Link



    - Intel MEI Drivers (Drivers Only) :
    Drivers : 2131.1.4.0 WHQL [27/07/2021]



    Download : Link



    - Intel SATA AHCI-RAID Drivers (Drivers Only) :
    Drivers - 4xx/5xx : 18.36.4.1022 WHQL [03/09/2021]
    Drivers - 2xx/3xx : 17.11.0.1000 WHQL [30/09/2021]
    Drivers - 1xx : 17.7.1.1010 WHQL [02/03/2021]
    Download - 4xx/5xx : Link
    Download - 2xx/3xx : Link
    Download - 1xx : Link



    - Intel VMD Drivers (Drivers Only) :
    Drivers - 6xx : 19.1.0.1001 WHQL [17/09/2021]
    Download - 6xx : Link




    OS requirements : Windows 10 64 bit or more recent.
    Hardware requirements : Motherboards with Intel 1xx/2xx/3xx/4xx/5xx/6xx series chipsets.

    Couldn't find a specific thread for my MB (Maximus XI Z390). Is this drivers safe to use on my motherboard? Tks a lot :-)

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