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I own a Dell E6400 with a PM45 Chipset (Intel 45 Express Chipset). According to the readme from the 9.1.0.1012 driver, it is targeted for "5520/5500/X58", so would this even technically provide for anything beneficial considering they are not designed for mobiles?

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I own a Dell E6400 with a PM45 Chipset (Intel 45 Express Chipset). According to the readme from the 9.1.0.1012 driver, it is targeted for "5520/5500/X58", so would this even technically provide for anything beneficial considering they are not designed for mobiles?

Yes, i've also a PM45 Chipset and some drivers (USB Host Controler / USB2 etc.) were updated to newer versions, so i think it's a good idea to check these.

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Thanks M_P_E and illmatic.

First thread updated & both chipset driver threads merged.

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The chipset support in the first post was associated with 1012 release. There are mobile chipsets listed and as such I would say yes to your question.

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in the relaese notes it says that it will update the driver, when it need to, but i think intel did came with that version as a standard for the RTM, but i am maybe mistaken. anyone with vista who tried it?

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i am using the Win7 pro x64, it extracts i can run the installer but, he isnt updating any files. i run the installer as an admin and there is no change.

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i am using the Win7 pro x64, it extracts i can run the installer but, he isnt updating any files. i run the installer as an admin and there is no change.

Can you try this version for me ?

infinst911autol.exe

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